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... mostly the works of imitators or workshops of the artists which
claims would not stand up to careful scrutiny by art experts.
They say if there’s one museum in Zagreb not to miss it’s
the Croatian Museum of Na´ve art. I’d agree because its collection is something
completely different even if small enough to only fill up a few rooms. The
paintings are all by untrained ...
... from an announcement that our train now is 20 min late. Left Ljubljana about 3pm and enjoyed the 2 hr journey. Initially we follow the Sava River as it winds its way through the mountains. Very picturesque and relaxing. At Dobova we have to present our passports initially to Slovenian Police to stamp our departure and then to Croation police to stamp our arrival in to Croatia.
Collected at station and driven to ...
Weakness: I set expectations of people. Because I remember. I remember how they were before, so expect them to always reach this standard. And it is not an expectation I created in my own mind. It was created based on the actions of that person. They actually physically behaved in a certain way and that is what I remember. But clearly people change.
Weakness: I have problems accepting people can change, for the worse. But why? Why do people have to change from ...
... crucifixion depiction. After all this sightseeing time for a beer along Strossmeyer Promenade. Here we meet an Englishwoman who has bought a house 40kms from Zagreb and retired there. She's been there a couple of years after owning a summer holiday house on Brac a number of years previously. She loves Croatia and we shared our travel tales. Her friend from England had some racial stereotype commentary, so we headed on our way. So we head back for a ...
... of terms that any of us might come up with, even if we cannot match her style: "full of those vast toast-coloured buildings, barracks and law courts and municipal offices, which are an invariable sign of past occupancy by the Austro-Hungarian Empire; and that always means ... the happy consumption of coffee and whipped cream and sweet cakes at little tables under chestnut trees." And for the record, we did consume ...