Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... had closed the Slovenian-Croatian border to trains just after we had entered the other day. (As in, if we had taken the next train, we never would have made it.) Since they weren't sending trains north, there wouldn't be trains available to go back south. The lady at the front desk of the hotel had called the train company for us in the morning, and as of the time of that phone call, the status was that our train ...
... s almost like that's what he planned.
Went out for traditional Croatian Chinese, was the only restaurant open, and then off to bed.
Cant wait to see what happens in the morning really, just don't mention the war.
So get up and start loading the bike at like 9:30. Basil is floating about, like he should be.
He doesn't let me down and barks at various guests, tell them abruptly where they have obviously parked in the wrong ...
... and Split here in Croatia. Both trains are night time milk runs so that was out of the question as we did not want to spent up to 10 hours on a train and especially not overnight! There was hire car shop close to the hotel that Annette popped into on her way back. A wise move as we will pick up a hire car (station wagon) tomorrow at noon for two days. Well worth the money as it will take 3hrs to get to ...
... T's on the deck.
One night in the tourist packed old town is enough, we have the obligatory drink at the Buzz bar, which is set hanging onto the outside rocks of the old town. There are at least 6 cruise ships in town. During the day they have an in and out lane and have to control how many of us dazed tourist are allowed in. And the Croatians are not shy of the Sardine method of tourism. Now is the time to Sail ...
... for a long weekend visit as you can see pretty much all of it in two days. A mix of interesting buildings that all felt quite new to me, even though they were mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries. I've been so used to Roman through to Renaissance architecture that anything after about 1650 seems new! It made me think of an old acquaintance of my Dad's who was a fan of early music and felt strongly that "anything composed after Beethoven is just jazz".I wandered around a bit ...