Radisson Blu Resort Split
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... government in Bonn. She was able to give us some great insights into the European situation. She said that the EU community hasn't really thought through what to do about Greece and agreed that it was extremely unlikely that Greece would ever be able to repay the billions of dollars it owes. We caught a bus from the airport into the Split waterfront and then tried to find the apartment we were staying in. It was 35 degrees and it took us about two hours to find the place, with the help ...
... About an hour after the Bill Gates stop, we were deposited in a gravel parking lot that was somehow still part of Krka National Park, where a ranger told us to walk down some stairs that led us through what seemed to be somebody’s house. The path ended up leading us to a beautiful grassy bank along the river with another gorgeous waterfall cascading to our right, a massive stone gorge rising up to our left, and a sparkling expanse of clear, placid water out in ...
... so I got a couple of disapproving looks from the older folks. I walked with my goodies and backpack along the harbour to try and find my boat but it still wasn't there. I asked a Sail Croatia representative and she said it wasn't going to be there until 11. At 12.30 it finally turned up! All of us waiting were getting pretty burnt in the sun and couldn't wait to get on. We all checked out our rooms - which were ridiculously small - and met for lunch in ...
... no issues however catching our flight. Dubrovnik is a really cool city. It was a long day of travelling so but the time we reached our accommodation we were ready for a quick dip before heading into town to get some dinner. Dubrovnik was founded in the 7th century and was originally named Ragusa. The old town is surrounded by high walls and was used as a refuge for coastal residents fleeing the advancing barbarians. The city has a lot of character. It was very hot when we ...
... first one and we thought we would used it as a spare. We stopped first at the train station and retrieved our backpacks from the locker. There was an homeless looking elderly man sitting on a bench so I offered him my umbrella fresh from Mike's repairs. I have no idea if the gentleman needed one but he took it and I hope it was put to good use. On the bus we go. It was a full bus and this would be a just about a 7 hour trip to Kotor Montengro. Always an adventure ...