Address: 22203 Rogoznica, Rogoznica, 22203, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Rogoznica

Day 34 - Old and new Split

A travel blog entry by scottheldon on Jun 09, 2015

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... been down to Diocletian's Palace yesterday while I stayed home to rest my knee so they knew where to go. The old town is the area around the palace. Diocletian's Palace itself is huge, four city blocks big. Some of the parts that survive have been converted into shops and restaurants, while other parts are preserved as ruins. Most of the subterranean parts of the complex have survived to the present and are open to the ...

Day 46 - Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 07, 2014

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... cloudy day, but the views were still great. The coastline of Croatia is beautiful as you pass along the Adriatic Sea and round about 'ash' colored hills. The land reminds me of a high desert or the Southwest in a way by the sparseness of low grass, hardy bushes, and small trees. Even though it's considered the Adriatic Sea, it is hardly seen because of the blocked view by dozens and dozens of islands that stretch parallel with ...

Lifted Lighters Sailing On

A travel blog entry by marybc on Sep 19, 2014

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... place has been destroyed and rebuilt from the ashes with a determination and perseverance hard to fathom. It has now reinvented itself as a hub for boat charters. This translates into lots of restaurants & souvenir shops along a 'fishy' promenade. Many of the big bus tour one day excursion boats leave from here. Shane and I passed quite a few tours as we walked to the new part of the village looking for a grocery store. Had a ...

We've hit the beach!

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 14, 2014

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... know what to do then" with a cheeky grin (indicating that a happy wife is the most important thing). Al liked him straight away.

He pointed us in the direction of the ticket booth for the ferry (which we planned on catching the next day to Hvar) and once we had bought them it was almost time to hit the hay. We managed a bit of people watching along the promenade and were amazed at the amount of young people here. A real contrast to Zagreb and a party-vibe.

Tuna - Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by clarsachkaren on Jun 07, 2014

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... some rays before they got too hot. Then would come the swim stop, a daily occurrence when everyone on board (except the crew) would throw themselves overboard to cool off/swim/explore our swim spot. Being the massive fraidy cat that I am, there was no way I was jumping off the top deck! Actually, the only reason I jumped off the lower deck was because the other girls did. That did get a little easier but when they decided we were ...

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