Villa Ana

Vrh Lucac 16, Split, 21000, Croatia | Villa
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Sail Croatia

A travel blog entry by stephandmarty on Jul 07, 2014


... in a sunset view and a few drunk locals - we were ready for the pirate cave party (it was actually a cave!) Day 3. Stari grad A late start for us this day (Dav had to wake us up as our lunch was getting cold), and what probably would have been an alcohol free day if we hadn't booked wine tasting!!! Another afternoon swim and our first on deck tabata (exercise) helped us get over the cave party and we were ready for wine. The winery was set by a great little countryside shack ...

Bears,Wolves and a mountain.

A travel blog entry by whereisredtoday on May 30, 2014

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We really made an effort to get a good start,we had a long way to go.
We fairly quickly came to our first boarder. We were still in the EU so were a bit surprised but all the lady guard seemed interested in, was me.
It became clear very quickly that we were in an amazing country, Croatia. The rolling hills were covered in trees for miles and miles. There were few farms and no towns we could see. We went through a few ...

More Bakra!

A travel blog entry by kyajade on Oct 19, 2013

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... it was working for him! After a while, Eilleen knocked on the hostel door and we went out to get some lunch. We went down the street to the Pizzeria Bakra down the road where we had got the best pizzas ever last week, and all got delicious pizza together! Yum! After lunch we said goodbye again and went back to the hostel, where I had a Skype session with Jace and Kelsey, then I went to bed for a snooze while Darren used ...

Let's Split!

A travel blog entry by rorox on Oct 15, 2013

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... with privacy curtains, large mattresses, huge lockers that fit both our bags easily and plenty of charging points next to each bed. Definitely a worthy new hostel and one we’d highly recommend.

Being only a short walk from town had its benefits as we headed down the main drag on the side of the city that was cobbled with sheer while stones that proved to be somewhat slippery. We headed past small take away shops, ice ...

A little old town, a little beach - 2days in Split

A travel blog entry by nicimarshall on Jun 16, 2013

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... arrived in Split claiming to be the son of the god Jupiter to hide his humble beginnings. Worked pretty well as he became Emperor. The major negative that made me dislike him - he banned Christianity and martyred many Christians. Two highlights for me in the old town were the bell tower and the basement of the palace. The bell tower was primarily a highlight because I got up it. I gave Jill some excellent entertainment as I climbed the ...

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