Le Meridien Lav Split
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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). …
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!
... we’d been upgraded.
Marin was a great guide, who spoke excellent English and was very interested in finding our about Australia and our lives. He mentioned that we were 'one of the most interesting couples’ he’s taken sailing, and we’d agree that most holiday makers to Croatia probably don’t have car racing / beer brewing / racehorse retraining to chat about during a days’ sail. Marin is very keen to learn ...
... front if the boat and Amelia went back into the little cabin underneath us. Dad then came to the front and sat with us at the front of the boat. We hung our legs over the edge and got very wet but it was very fun. Then we had to duck as they tacked and the jib went over our heads. We were now only 20 minutes away from the harbour. I was soaking wet and very cold by now and my fingers had turned to prunes. My thumb was sore from holding on to ...