Le Meridien Lav Split
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... 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 ...
... on a number of occasions to take photos and on one occasion I even went down a steep road and right onto the beach. I took a quick paddle in the water and it was just so refreshing. Onwards I head along this great road. Once again trying to obey the speed limits along here is simply impossible with all these racing clowns in their big Mercs or boy racer cars. Again its actually safer to go way above the speed limit than have them on your tail and overtaking on blind ...
We got dressed and met the English boys and girls from Hvar. We had a little picnic and pre drinks on the grass in the square, the whole time being pestered by random Croatians for our empty bottles (which I assume they recycle for money). Just before 7.30 Gemma and I left the group there to go and meet Mel but of course the entrance to the stadium was teeming with people ...
... first one and we thought we would used it as a spare. We stopped first at the train station and retrieved our backpacks from the locker. There was an homeless looking elderly man sitting on a bench so I offered him my umbrella fresh from Mike's repairs. I have no idea if the gentleman needed one but he took it and I hope it was put to good use. On the bus we go. It was a full bus and this would be a just about a 7 hour trip to Kotor Montengro. Always an adventure ...
... colourful and has many bands playing while people sit and sip cocktails or beer while marvelling at the buildings and the history around them. We wondered past here and took a big loop around the city taking in the walls from West to East via a gate at the west end past a huge range of statues. We wandered shops, checked out cafes and restaurants and took many pictures of the large walls and quaint building that make up the Palace. Once we had ...