Radisson Blu Resort Split
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... Jumping off a boat into the beautiful water with no other tourists around apart from us. Paradise! We pulled up in Tristenik (pretty sure Murmungee is bigger) and swam at the beach and did wine tasting. I haven't been able to drink red wine since an unforgettable winery tour so I was proud I tried it again. It was a very bizarre sight, lots of 22 years old in beach attire drinking classy red wine. But whatever, the oil and bread were amazing! That night ...
... swimming shorts. I searched for a suitable shop all the way around this town but sadly had no luck. Finally back on my bike and time to head for the town of Split. I knew it was quite far but certainly not as far as the satnav was now telling me. 240km to Split and I was only going to get there after 5pm, not what I was really wanting to know!! I headed off along the great road that twists and turns for miles on the cliffs above the beautiful waters of the Adriatic. Of course ...
... sunset picnic and beers. A quite night was in store, pizzas and a quiz night on the boat, however after a few drinks and everyone in a good mood it turned into a group skinny dip to finish the night, nudity seemed to be something of the norm on the Senia.
Sailing Day 6: Slano – Dubrovnik
With the weather continuing to close in and news that boats had been stranded in Mijet (where we were meant to stay) by the seas another boat decision was made to make the most of ...
This morning in Split, you'll discover the Imperial Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the greatest Roman ruin in southeastern Europe. Built like a fortress with walls 590 feet by 705 feet, the palace was occupied by the Emperor Diocletian from 300-313 AD. As you stand in the peristyle (central court) of this grand structure, its scale is sure to impress you.
... Gate, Silver Gate and "Pistura" Gate (not sure what the translation on that one means!).
Wandering through the streets of old town is so neat; some of which are now wider than 2 feet. It's amazing that no matter which direction you turn or where you look, someone most likely lives there! There are small balconies overlooking the busy streets with their potted flowers and laundry lines running every which way, and ...