Travel Blogs from Split
Well, we got the experience that we expected. At 1250am the crowd of 5000 yutes exiting the musical festival the only way possible, towards the plaza right below our apartment window. As you can only imagine, they WERE NOT quiet!!!!!!!!! For the next 3 hours, there was hooting, hollering, and broken bottles. At certain points, it almost felt like …
Bang, bang, bang. Bang, bang, bang. This is what we woke up to today. It sounded like people rolling their suitcases down the stairs as they were leaving. They were in fact, construction on teh hotel but no big deal.
An absolutely gorgeous day today in Split and we are beach bound. Before we go, we decided to book a 1hr walking tour of …
630pm and after the short 45 minute flight to Split, we have arrived to our next adventure in the beautiful country of Croatia. Based on what I read about where we were staying, I decided to book a car to come for us. We grabbed our bags, went outside the gate and our driver, Joseph, was waiting there with a big sign; STEVE UDD. We got a good laugh …
Split was a looooong bus ride away (7 hours!) and we were feeling pretty queasy when we arrived. Stepping into the city felt like stepping into an ancient port; people selling you rooms and odds and ends crowding around busses, huge ships docked in the port, busy markets bustling in every direction.
Generally we spent our time in and …
... reflect the midday sun into the faces of tourists. At night, the ruins come alive with twinkle lights and musicians, and we relax on the stairs listening and eating gelato. Young people dance in flowing linen.
At night, we walked the pedestrian way, outside of the city wall and along the water. Magicians, jugglers, vendors and musicians entertained the ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed