Le Meridien Lav Split
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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So, yesterday started out sunny, warm and windy. Today...totally opposite. As is the norm for the second night in Europe, we both slept poorly, even with sleeping pills. We had the windows open, which is a nice change from Houston and woke to birds chattering to each other. But, we also woke to fog and drizzle.
We wandered down to …
Good Morning from Munich Airport, where Ken and I are on a 4.5 hour layover on our way to Split Croatia for another Backroads bike trip. Many of you followed our Tuscany trip last year, (for those that are new to my blogs you can see that blog on my TravelPod home page, along with our other amazing trips...Vietnam, Bruges, France, Austria, etc). …
... br> We awake early to catch the bus back to Split to get to our tour. The open air bus tour has audio devices programmed in different languages and synced (almost) to what we were driving past. The walking part of the tour was Ok but not great.
The area around the palace is overrun with stalls for souvenirs an overwhelming amount of shopping. After we were worn out we grabbed a pizza and a table in the ...
... various grades of tourist tat the shear size of the structure is startling. Somehow the Croatians have managed to use the buildings to house shops, bars and restaurants without spoiling the whole thing. There is a vibrancy there that feels right, yes it was full of tourists,but it' not overwhelmed. Maybe it's just that the enormous scale of the thing is somehow is too big to be swamped by a bus load of Japanese.
... encampment space. We walked to the Law Rock, to several waterfalls and to the drowning pool (where women were executed by drowning). There was no mention of men being executed. While on our walk, there rains let loose. We drove about 30 kilometers more to the village of Lagarvatn and our overnight accommodation at the Hotel Edda. We checked in and promptly took them up on a discount for the geothermal baths next door. We spent about an hour luxuriating in a series of four pools at ...