Palace Hotel

Address: Pjaca BB, Basko Polje, 21450, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pjaca BB, Basko Polje, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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          Travel Blogs from Basko Polje

          A Day in Split on Our Own

          A travel blog entry by mclewiskm on Oct 04, 2015

          ... now his museum was the house he built for his family and he later needed more space for his work. He was a prolific sculptor in uboth wood and bronze and there were many chalk drawings of his plans. He exaggerates the size and features of his subjects but the children in sculpture appeared more life-like to me. His elongated shapes reminds me of El Greco. We walked down to the sea Ann waded in so we could claim to have been in the Adriatic. We stopped at a ...

          Jour 3 pour 3 îles Élaphites / 3 Elaphite islands

          A travel blog entry by karine-julie on Aug 24, 2015

          1 comment, 35 photos

          ... less chicken! For those who didn't finish their plate, the sea gulls came and ate directly from the captain's hand. As we have been missing some attitude today, Karine plays the role and looks angry for one photo. Last and longest stop of our cruise, the Lopud island where we find the nicest sandy beach of the Dubrovnik area. After a short walk and a golf cart ride, we finally get to swim in the salted waters of the sea, where even Karine floats! And it is after ...

          1st Full Day in Split

          A travel blog entry by twobeanstravel on Jun 18, 2015

          115 photos

          ... commander who he knew/fought with, naming each of them Caesars. His rule allowed Rome to last for another century before it crumbled. He was also the last emperor to persecute Christians, Constantine being the first Christian emperor. Apparently, his bones were taken out of his palace once Christians began to reappropriate the temples of the old gods and removed all of the pagan artefacts. No one knows where Diocletian's remains ended up. We entered the palace and purchased ...

          Day 8: Split - Down to the Riva

          A travel blog entry by kirsten0929 on May 14, 2015

          7 photos

          Short ferry ride to Split this morning, arrived about 8:30 so the whole day stretched out ahead of us. We're here until Sunday except for maybe a day trip to Zadar but we haven't decided yet.

          My first impression getting off the ferry was not the same as it was in Dubrovnik or Hvar. There, you feel like you’re stepping into a little fantasy world, designed especially for you and your viewing pleasure. Here, you realize ...

          Fantastic Run and Exploring

          A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 13, 2014

          5 photos

          ... As I left the park I found myself (walking now) on cobble stone streets with stone home and narrow streets. A fun place I will bring the gang to explore. They led me to the Old Town and waterfront. Later afternoon we all explored the park down the steps near our house. After all this time Christine still does not trust me on a teeter totter - Okay so I did jump off and she fell quick - Caleb thought it was great. I am a tad behind but I assume we eventually went to bed ...