Hotel Sveti Kriz
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... which is not the same.
* Lots of cats on the streets. They were too well fed to be strays. They seemed to belong to nobody and everybody.
"AND THE AWARD GOES TO..."
* Best ice cream - Tie: our Dubrovnik spot and Luka in Split (Kirsten’s fave, white cream; Craig’s fave, apple pie)
* Best pizza - Galija in Split
* Best seafood meal - Sperun in Split
* Hardest to leave - all felt impossible, ...
... we walked just over 3 miles back to the boat instead of taking the boat shuttle. After cooling off and cleaning up, we caught a bus for Sibenik, which is a large UNESCO city at the mouth of the Krka River. We passed it obviously on our passage up to the marina and our present mooring. We managed to push our way on board, rode to within two miles of Sibenik before the bus broke down. Everyone had to get off, wait for a replacement bus and then ride the rest of the way to the ...
The Peristyle is grand and spacious. One wall is an assortment of architectural styles and materials. Smooth Egyptian columns, each of a different type of stone, are original to Diocletian's Palace and once supported an open arcade. Later, they were incorporated into the walls of medieval houses.
Diocletian's mausoleum was transformed by Christians into a cathedral. (Ironic ...
... guide for a tour of Diocletian's Palace. Diocletian was a Roman emperor, who built the palace so that he could reside outside Rome, where he believed emperors were at too much risk of assassination. The building faces the sea, and is built terrace style into the hillside. When the Roman Empire collapsed, it was left to fall into ruin. In recent times the city is being restored gradually, with people creatively renovating ...
... was pretty intense. It started off with some hills, followed by stairs and then something I would loosely describe as a "path" through rocks and trees. There were plenty of places where you weren't sure which way to go, as none of the directions appeared to be connected to the trail. Anyway after a good 30-40 minutes of climbing, we eventually got to the fortress, dripping with sweat and with our calves on fire. Being the competitive idiot I am, I decided to try and make it to ...