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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today we cycled to two little towns, Pucisca and Skrip. There are three biking options, 19, 34 or 50 kms. There is one guide that rides with us, the other one drives along our route in a van making sure they know where we all are and that no one is in trouble or takes a wrong turn. You can get on and off the van for the bigger hills, or if you're tired. At some points the van waits for us and offers ...
... around aimlessly for ages. I finally found some wifi, got in contact with the boys and then used my GPS to find the place. I finally found it at about 830pm (yet again, a full day of travel). I was so relieved to see the boys and was now really excited to start our 'Sail Croatia'! That night, we all had a quiet one, except Kerry who got blind for no reason, and chatted/played cards all night before going to bed. Things of Note: - It was a weird feeling leaving London today. ...
... tiny little chapel where some were blessed by a welcoming nun…. Unfortunately only a brief look at the palace basements and no time to walk through Marjan Park overlooking the town. Next time, must allow time to have a good look and venture inland to reputedly amazing waterfalls and lakes (esp Plitvice Lakes NP).
Enjoyed last dinner together as a tour group, followed by quiet drink and early night, ready for morning departure. The highlight of the trip was ...
... wine made in the cellar dating back to the 16th century. The picture of the dog in the road represents part of our directions to the village-- you are headed in the right direction if you pass the dog!!! The climb to the small village was a 12% grade for 5km. Beautiful bike rides and interesting villages on ...
... we flew onto Split in Croatia where we met by "Johnny", our driver who could say "hello" and "goodbye" very well in Engish, but little else. He let us off in what I'd simply describe as the "middle of the Waterfront", where we were met by Joznirol, an equally fluent Croatian, who then proceeded to take us through shops, markets, cafes, narrow alleys, stone houses and stone-paved squares to get to our accommodation in Split. It was all a bit like a movie. From the outside ...