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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... coffee on the wall while over looking the sea. Took what weeks like thousands of photos from every angle while we watched the many cruise boats could be seen coming and going in the harbour. 80% of the roofs have been replaced. A tour guide advised that there were 5,000 steps in the old town and it felt like we climbed up and down everyone of them. Upon finishing the walk on the ...
... We walked back into town, into the old town, past the fish markets, and through the narrow streets until we were in the centre of Diocletian's Palace. It is an incredible piece of Roman architecture and is preserved as a UNESCO site. What is even more impressive compared to other historical sites we have seen is that it is still in use by the local population. People still live in apartments inside the walls, there are shops and cafes and restaurants. And yet it is still so ...
... the flashiest area outside, yet inside its modern and spacious. We are going to explore a bit more later in the week, hopefully learn more, and climb the bell tower if the weather improves.
We had a simple dinner in a tiny back lane cafe of vege soup to start followed by black squid ink risotto, goulash, bread, and two drinks all for just under NZ$30. It was ok, filling and cheap but nothing special like we have had elsewhere.
... junk and a fish market (stinky). As usual we didn't buy anything, other than a few beers and lunch. Jeff and I climbed to the top of the bell tower. It was 180 steps up. The first part was through very narrow passageways and very steep steps, no hand rails....walls and steps all made of limestone. Then it opened up into another section that had metal steps with ...
... the walls of the city, looked like a washing machine. Our guide was one of many people holed up in the old town for 2 years during the war and gave us a great account of the history and conditions during the war. Apparently the first thing the enemy forces did was cut the power supply and water supply to the town. Unbeknown to them the city had a water source in the centre of town a very large old well which sustained the town for the two years they were ...