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- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... Madonna’s in the Byzantine style as well as a 3rd century B.C. bas relief of ‘impatience’ with an allegorical poem on how fast life passes us bye.
So on and on we went up and down the back ‘streets’ (really very narrow alleys). We met a craftsman working his trade and stopped to talk to him. His English was very good. And he told us his grandfather had lived in Chicago ...
... bacon, Slovakian spicy sausage ( which was like pepperoni), hot peppers, and an egg on it. We returned to the boat, had cookies for dessert and retired. September 8: Today we mostly motored with a little sailing from Rogoznica to Skradin, a distance of 32 miles. Skradin is up the Krka River. We turned into the river at Sibenik, which is a large, historical city that we hope to visit tomorrow (more on it latter). There is about five miles of narrow river, then it opens up ...
... a fairy wonderland with lanterns in the trees, couches & cushions all around and a funky looking dance floor & bar made into the ground like a swimming pool. I have to get married there.
The sound of the handsome pianist playing set the scene for a breath taking romantic dinner. We were served wine by our swanky waiters and then to our surprise we were handed a menu with the choice of lamb, ...
... this restaurant if you are in Split! The manager went to college in the States and spoke very good English. It was a great value compared to some of our other dinner spots in Croatia. Phil and I each had filets (tip: do the grams to ounces conversion before ordering). They were incredible! We also had the house red wine that was only $3 per glass and a very generous pour. We ended our meal just in time to catch the last (8pm) ferry back to Trogir and enjoyed the sunset on the way ...
... that the Palace has survived so well for so long as it has always been lived in by people and this has helped its longevity.
Imagine living next door to the Bell Tower!
We went down 'let me past' street which is said to be narrowest street in the world.
For Janet ( and I am sure others) The. Futura is 47m long, 9m wide and a cruising speed of 9 Nautical moles per ...