Our Ferry left Korcula around noon heading toward Split. This time we were on a car ferry. Getting on and off was a bit scary, since the crew did little to protect the pedestrians from the cars. But once on the ferry it was comfortable and we enjoyed the company of a woman who was travelling from Amsterdam.
When we docked in Split we wandered a bit until we fortunately found a taxi and were soon at our hotel for the night, which was just outside of town and not far from the airport. The Hotel Stacija was a vanilla hotel with few amenities. There was no safe in the room. The staff were however polite and obliging and provided us an iron - although no ironing board. It was located on the water, but the night we were there it was rainy and cold. There was also several busloads of tourists occupying most of the hotel. While the food at dinner was actually not bad, the lights were bright (and made even brighter after one of the bus guests delighted in finding an additional light switch - to a round of applause).
The next morning the staff provided us a breakfast "to go", but the airport taxi that had been reserved the night before was about 20 minutes late. This left us no time to get Monica's failing luggage wrapped at the airport. Fortunately it held together for the trip.