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... other places and I would choose them first. The food here is good and you know what you are going to get, the bread is great, the fruit and veg are fresh and smart looking and the cakes and pastries divine but all that does not replace the enjoyment of an African or Asian marketplace.
I am enjoying the leisurely drive through this very pleasant part of the world and look forward to Italy and France but I think that at heart I just like the more remote places. Somehow they ...
This was one of my favorite cities so far. An old stone and marble town right on a marina cove with beaches on either side and a view out to several islands. It was beautiful and peaceful and at night we watched musicians in every nook and cranny of the city. The first night, we found a guitar/singing duo in the middle of the old ruins by a bell tower. ...
... St. Nicholas Church (the patron saint to fishermen, merchants and sailors).
We also checked a nearby beach after crossing the Railway Station and the Main Bus Station. Like many Croatian beaches, it was stony. On the way back, bought my train ticket to Budapest (from Zagreb) from the Railway Station. It was one major transport ticket which I had not booked in advanced and so a bit relieved. We again entered the ...
We finally reached our hotel in Split (Hotel Globo) about 17:30 after a long tiring day. The room was very comfortable with two single beds and a modern bathroom (although it had the goofy half-glass shower door which I find awkward). We had some time for a short rest, as we didn’t have to meet for the group dinner until 19:15.
The group met in front of the hotel and we walked to the restaurant for our group dinner, which took 15-20 ...
... on one side and the moon rising as its reflection on the other.
The ride back to town was certainly a thrill also with light gone and the maniacal driving of the Croats coming out to play. Safely home though we found the rest of the group for dinner, the extreme wait for food however tired us out and with an attempt to watch Chilic at the US Open turning into a snooze at the bar it was most certainly time for bed.
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