Le Meridien Lav Split
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Le Meridien Lav Split Podstrana
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I wished I could have stayed there longer and relax by the sea but I had to keep going as I wanted to stay at Villa Mikrut in Podstrana the night.Mrs. Mikrut was obviously very pleased to see me again and gave me the top floor one bedroom apartment fronting the sea.
After unloading my luggage, I was invited to join her downstairs for a snack and ended up with a cooked meal later on. So nice!
... of homes with temples, mausoleum, markets in the basement and ruins all together in this one square. We were lucky as it started to rain so our guide took us into the temple and mausoleum and by the time we came out it was dry again. Our tour then took us through a few more pretty spots in the city and then we ended up at the restaurant where we were having our included dinner. We actually had a half hour free time before the meal if we wanted but ...
... and motored out of the harbour. Although it was very windy the sun was out so I did not get too cold. We got out of the harbour about 2 minutes later so we put up the sails and they turned the motor off. It was still windy so we went very fast through the waves. The waves were not that big but the boat still swayed a little bit. After about 1 hour dad came to our side of the boat and Amelia went to mum's side. When we were about half an hour away ...
... It has been very cleverly updated without jeopardising its unesco heritage listing. We were upgraded to the 4th floor with a terrace. We booked the bus to Dubrovnik for tomorrow and the ferry to Italy on Friday night. Then we went in search of dinner and found great pasta down a little alley. We had lemon gelato and coffee and great cakes on the esplanade. The shops were just closing at 9pm and a band was starting to play when we went to our room. It has been a long but fascinating ...
... to repair buildings around the world or work in industry.
During our evening in port in the tiny magical village of Korcula, they were celebrating a day of a particular saint whose name escapes me. All the young kids in the town line up outside of the church and a fire is built. One by one, the children jump over the flames to bring them a long, strong and fulfilled life. Both Zoe and Isaiah joined in the fun and jumped at least 3 times ...