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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... an ares that was undergoing extensive roadworks so our trip was a little slower than expected. As Gran used to say, it is better to arrive 20 mins late on this world than 10 years too early for the next.
Annette dealt with the hire car people while I unloaded the gear, assembled the bikes (front wheel were off) and loaded on the pannier bags - haven't had to do,that for some time! We had travelled 832km in the four days. Not a bad effort! ...
... parochial to be conversing with locals from the English Midlands. They were doughty camping and hiking types, complete with walking poles and shorts. They made me feel a bit faint-hearted, so we strode off down the stairs to town with renewed vigour.
It would be very harsh to describe the Split waterfront as a poor man's Monte Carlo. It lacks the phenomenal wealth of Monaco, and there are only one or two modestly lavish playboy yachts in the harbour. In fact, most of the ...
... about 6k today to avoid the hilly parts ;)
Tonight we had dinner on our own and chose to go to "Toni's" in the village of Dol. He roasted lamb on a spit, there was also sea bass, and a local balkan dish called Cevapcici (basically ground meats & spices, shaped into sausages, served with Ivar, a yummy eggplant sauce. Will try to replicate this at home.
From Ancona, I caught an overnight ferry to Split, Croatia. I was due to start my Sail Croatia trip on the Saturday, but I ensured I had a couple of days to spend in Split beforehand. And I'm glad I did, cos I really really enjoyed Split.
I stepped off the ferry in the morning without any accommodation booked. I lucked out by finding a room at the supposedly sold out Silvergate Hostel. The dorms were full, but there was space in ...
... to find a cafe and drink coffee. I must admit, I am missing my grande non-fat latte a bit. The coffee is wonderful but served in micro small cups. After a family style dinner we end the evening up on the top deck where Zoe and Isaiah entertain us with a soccer match. My nephew has gotten so good that I don't think I have been able to steal the ball from him when I jump in for an impromptu go at it. Zoe has finally found the Croatian soccer jersey ...