Radisson Blu Resort Split
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... was quite crowded, and it was a bit difficult to find a seat.
There was still some time to spare after lunch, so I did a bit of a walkabout around the restaurant and got a surprise. In addition to the stuffed animals, there was also a small zoo behind the restaurant (probably not legal, according to the guide). There were about four different cages. One with two large brown bears, one with small deer, one with goats and one with what looked like ...
... is was a short stop. We were delivered back to the 3glav Adventure's office at 8:15pm where we hired a taxi to take us to Ljibliana for our stay at the Youth Hostel for an early start the next day to train to Zargreb (Capital of Croatia). 11 September Split is a coastal town on the Adriatic Sea, very beautiful but busy. After a visit to the famous Split ancient Palace we headed for the hills to get out of the heat and tourists. We went ...
... still in use and in great repair. This city basically lay abandoned until the middle of the 7th century and since then it has been used as a residential area with people living and working in this centre ever since. This palace is right in the centre of Split and still remains the most complete Roman Palace remains in the entire world.
Following our walk to the jetty and the unique perspective that it provided we decided ...
... people noticing them though... Safe to say I'm pretty sure I've developed a fear of bees and wasps since traveling. At one point one landed on my head in my hair and I brushed it off without knowing what it was. Luckily it didn't sting me. Then another one landed on my finger later on, I tried not to move but it tickled too much so I shook it off and again luckily it went away. Then again another one landed on my leg. I froze. I tried so hard not to move, I just closed my ...
... vestibule to the original palace. It once had a dome over it but now has a circular opening at the top. There was a group of singers performing a cappella songs in the space. Below are chambers with massive arches that support the structure of the palace. These cellars now contain souvenir stalls and some museum spaces.
After our quick tour through the palace grounds we made our way back to the dock and took the tender back to the ...