- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... again that was sh**. The adventure was fun and laughing at each other trying to get into the rocky beach was hilarious though. However we saw sea urchins with our goggles and bailed. When getting in our kayaks to leave, a speed boat could clearly see we were leaving but the idiot came really close to the shore creating big waves for a tiny kayak. So Malaika and I capsized onto the shore and smashed into other boats and my leg got stuck in it. It felt ...
... satnav was once again totally confused as this new road is not in its system. Finally into Split and its a total nightmare as it is now rush hour. Cars are pushing in every direction possible and I have to watch my back, sides and front every inch of the way. One thing I just do not trust here are the square yellow signs that are posted at a few junctions telling you that you have right of way. Stuff that, I still just about come to a stand and check that its safe to ...
... was once again put to the test.
The next bar was called Revilin and is reputedly the best club in Croatia with a massive dance floor surrounded by suspended dance platforms, human size champagne glasses and more stripper poles.
A couple of very overpriced drinks and a few drinks later though it was time to head home to rest a couple of very wary heads.
Sailing Day 8: Last day in Dubrovnik
With so much fun had both last night and over the previous week ...
... different from other old towns because even though the architecture and streets are old, many of the stores and shops are new. Since Split is a hub for people taking ferries to the islands, it was much busier than Zadar. After checking into our hostel (which is basically a small apartment turned 16 bed-hostel) and chatting with the young man who runs the accommodations, we left and began exploring.
Our first stop was lunch and it was nice to ...
... you are treading the path of history. Everything in the city is integrated as part of modern Split life. Old walls and ruins are used as places to rest tired legs, cafes are built into the city walls, apartments are built crumbling walls.
A few of things to note about Split, and Croatia in general:
- Split is one of the cleanest cities we have been in, even ...