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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... had to wait for our delayed flight. Why does this keep happening? That's three from three delayed!! When we eventually got to line up and board we met Chaz, a guy from Sydney who had arrived in Venice from Australia that day. We had a good chat to him and realised we weren't really up to date with Croatian activities. Apparently the Ultra festival (this massive music show thing sort of like Falls) was being hosted by Split this year. We talked about this and ...
... got icypoles and sat in the shade before hiring a row boat on this little man made lake thing. We all took turns having a row and watched all the massive fish in the water beneath us. By this stage it was about 4:30pm, it was also about 39 degrees and we had walked for miles so we decided to have a rest and a shower before going out that night. On the walk back to the hotel we had less shade and Eloise went a beat heat strokey/crazy. I thought she was going ...
It was a cool morning, too cool to sit on the balcony. We stayed in most of the day as the kids needed to do homework. We went up on the roof where they had to draw a picture then paint it. I am sorry I didn't make them do this more often as they really had fun. Oddly enough, there was never time, we were always on the move.
Around 3:00 we ...
... from the reception office. It took around half an hour to reach the centre. There was a street market nearby so we walked along it. There was clothes, household goods, cheeses, olives, vegetables etc. it wasn't as busy as the one in Istanbul and not quite as large, but interesting. At the shopping area there are all the usual array of shops,clothes, shoes household, cosmetics etc. and few ...
... While there is evidence that the hill was inhabited as far back as the fourth millennium BC, it was Pericles (c. 495 – 429 BC) in the fifth century BC who coordinated the
construction of the site's most important buildings including the Parthenon, the Propylaia, the Erechtheion and the temple of Athena Nike. The Parthenon and the other buildings were seriously damaged during the 1687 siege by the Venetians in the Morean War when the Parthenon was ...