Radisson Blu Resort Split
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to go for a meal with this evening except we couldn't find them anywhere (I think we got ditched!) so we headed up Marjan hill on our own. There we ate in a lovely little restaurant and watched the city slowly fade into darkness which was pretty awesome. Whilst walking back to the hostel we bumped into Alex and Sophie and then 2 New Zealand ladies who had also been on our tour bus. We sat with them for a while in Diocletian's palace and listened to live music before heading ...
... called Galija outside the old town. I don’t know if it was the best in Split, but it was pretty delicious. Pizza (really good pizza, brick oven, wood burning stove type pizza) is really popular here, I guess because of the Italian influence. Ice-cream at a place called Luka for dessert. Craig had apple pie ice-cream that tasted more like apple pie than a lot of ...
... Program says for everyone to be back at 2.30am. I have a bit of time, so will go and ask. Hmmm, yes tomorrow is a day at sea again. Will see how comfortable I feel being out late at night, but might do it.
Today was a bit disappointing in parts. I got on the boat to Santorini just fine, but when I got there there were a few options. I could take a donkey up the 572 steps for 5 euros, I could take a boat to the town of Oia, and then a bus back to ...
Well, first impression upon getting off the cruise ship tendering boat wasn't one of overwhelming acceptance. Keeping in mind that Venice is indeed a tough act to follow, we kept an open mind. The mountainous landscape wasn't nearly as majestic or visually appealing as Montenegro or Venice. We also smelled a sewer-like stench present at most of the venues we visited. These things coupled with the fact that they did not accept Euros, ...
... and strike our on our own or the remaining hour. We did a little window shopping. Carly saw a pair of earrings that she wanted but was too afraid to bargain the woman down from 30 Kuna. I offered her 20 Kuna and said that's all I have and she finally took it, about $4.00. We loved the promenade in Split along the sea shore and the gorgeous palm trees. Definitely a place to return to! We grabbed a pop and chocolate and headed for the tender. We decided to sit in the ...