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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... music. 7 Split Today is the last day of our trip. We had our last swim stop and lunch on board, followed by exploring split for the afternoon. Out evening was a local bar followed by a full noon dance rave with some famous DJ, Rob someone. I was too busy being fascinated by the sand beach between my toes. Every beach in Croatia is rocks! I even waded out to the dance platform in the water and sure enough, sand. It was great fun dancing in the moonlight and ...
... and french fries. Fast food is never my first choice, but we had not noticed any other food establishments in our immediate vicinity, and since we had no car, fast food it was. The food was mediocre at best, but at that point, I was so hungry that I wolfed it down and was happy to have it.
We made our way to the bar what we thought was early so we could get a good seat, but as it turns out, this ...
... can sustain, Drele grabs my head and shouts something into my ear, something like, we're here for five days, stay with us and more people are making requests.
He hands me two hundred kuna and says take this **** and tell them to play something Canadian but I don't want anything Canadian and he makes a face they don't know anything Canadian he says they'll play something French but I don't, I don't want to ask - it feels so sleazy and all ...
... br> We head out of the darkness, into the light... and masses of amounts of tourists. Ahhhh. The Peristil is a large courtyard that borders the old Temple of Jupiter, now of course, a church. As emperors were considered gods in their times, here is where Jupitus, son of Jupiter as Diocletian liked to fancy himself, would greet the commoners who would bow down and kiss his red robes. Now, all of the kissing ...
... the stairs to the plane door, resulting in being extremely late for the connecting flight. However, due to 90% of the connecting flight’s passengers being stuck with me on the plane, the connecting flight was delayed (thank God). But, dealing with Zagreb’s tiny customs staff, and long ass security lines to get back into the domestic section, it was a big stressful mess. When I finally was on the plane to get from Zagreb to Split, I had to sit ...