Le Meridien Lav Split
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- Swimming pool
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... aborted and we had lunch in a local bar/restaurant which seemed promising with its suckling pig roasting on the spit (but unfortunately only ready in time for dinner). This was probably our worst meal of the trip but memorable just the same. Fortunately Croatian beer is good so that made up for the food. Krka National Park is an amazing place with extensive cyrstal clear lakes and massive waterfalls. The 1.4km boardwalk provided great views of diverse wetlands and waterfalls. ...
... the oldest in Dalmatia. The Basement of the palace was the major storage area, wine making and infrastructure of the whole palace and was huge. Its ceilings were very high and amazing architectural skill in making this strong enough to support the vast palace above. There were remnants of the roman plumbing consisting of short pottery tubular pieces that appear to slot together. A short burst of heavy rainfall in mid afternoon occurred whist we were in the basement; good ...
... Or should I say, body of water surrounded by concrete and the tiniest bit of sand. It was packed! We managed to find ourselves a spot in the sand amazingly enough. Although we soon found we were surrounded by frenchies who sunbathed topless and smoked like chimneys, but it did the trick. The water was really shallow for a long way out so it was actually really warm. The water wasn't as clear as it was in Dubrovnik, but that is probably due to the muddy ...
... to heading back to Split ahead of the crowds.
We head to the promenade to the ferry line up. Drop off our bags and then to the cafe to get a couple of cappuccinos. The ferry was already half full when we got on so we were "lucky" not only to get a seat but three together. I say "lucky" because we were blessed with some girl getting sick into a bag RIGHT behind us; OH BOY this day can only get better. Nearing the end of the ...
... the National Park, we arrived in Zadar where we checked in. We were staying about 4kms out of the city centre so once it was time for dinner we drove into the city to check out the two sights, the Sea Organ and the Sun Salutation. The Sea Organ is an experimental musical instrument which plays music by way of sea waves and tubes located underneath a set of large marble steps. The waves create somewhat random but harmonic ...