Radisson Blu Resort Split
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... Not-so-happy magistrate held the kids passports while we went to the bank and paid our fine. Don't worry, she just held the passports, not the kids. They came with us (we’re not that terrible of parents! Mostly.).
After we showed the not-so-happy magistrate that we had paid our guilty fine, we were still unsure if we were going to have to pack up and leave or not. So the not-so-happy magistrate had this rather pleasant guy take us to another building. It was ...
We eventually got off the ferry and walked straight to the train station. Luckily I'd picked up a map of Athens when we'd very first arrived and it had a map of the metro on it. We got the train to a stop right near where we were staying. It was surprisingly very easy. We wandered around for a bit trying to navigate the complicated map until Darcy miraculously looked up and spotted our hotel! We checked in and just chilled in our room and had a nap for a few hours. We ...
... It costs $10.00 but the food was a bit better and included wine with your dinner. There were eight of us at the table, 2 of the ladies from the night before, Barb, the culinary director, and her husband, 2 other ladies who went to another event hosted by Barb earlier in the afternoon and a gentleman who has been travelling quite a bit from the stories he told. Our table decided to order one of each item on the menu so we could share and sample everything. ...
... of death on all the gravestones was 1993-all due to the war. So sad. Most of the buildings in the town have been restored, but there were still several that are just bombed out shells. On the way back we stopped for a short time at Medjugorge. In the 1980’s six children claim they saw the Virgin Mary on a nearby hill. Because of that, this little town has become a major sight on the religious tourism circuit. (Did you even know there was such a thing as a ...
... it will effect the people's houses that surround the grounds. We also ventured and did as the locals and tourist do and got some drinks from a supermarket and sat and enjoyed the views and atmosphere. We also heard a couple of bench seats full of elderly Croatian singing. Sam's first birthday fell in split so we lashed out and had lobster feast and wine and wine and wine. Great celebrations! Only more to come. Next stop the Croatian ...