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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to a talk/demonstration of Tesla's most important contributions to science....in Croatian. We now find ourselves on a train to Hungary....next stop, Budapest! Whereas on the way into Croatia I wondered whether I might meet a watery demise, I'm currently concerned that we'll arrive to Budapest, be mistaken for Syrian refugees and be jettisoned to Germany. I'll go to Germany when I'm good and ready, ...
... past, they would place their best items here to impress those who would walk by and look in. We also saw the kitchen, barn, and smokehouse/pantry. Afterwards they served us poppy, walnut and cherry rolls. And gave us elderberry juice, and had cherry, walnut and berry brandy to sample. Ok, now for lunch. We walked next door to our restaurant. Owned by a German, who greeted us with a brandy! Great! While he cooked our lunch, we went out back and ...
... There are at least 4 pious object stores in with vicinity of the church. There were hosts (bread for communion) for sale in one - didn't think that would be possible. We had a read of all the information relating to the restoration and the clock that stopped in the earthquake at the beginning of the 1900's. It stopped at 7:03:03 if my recollection is correct.
Our walk took us to the restaurant quarter and we selected a popular ...
... going to sit in first class). They could not switch the booking, we had to make a new reservation but for two dollars we went for it. We grabbed our sandwich and then hopped on the train to find that first class was exactly the same as second class. We settled in for a six hour train ride. Ryan relaxed to music and I read the second book of the trip (The Extraordinary Journey of the Fakir Who got Trapped In An Ikea Wardrobe). The scenery ...
... was here that Ken and I started our day in Zargreb. After a morning coffee in the Square, we climbed up hill via Radiceva to St. Stephen's Cathedral, stopping on the way to look at a large model of the town. The twin 105 metre high towers of the Cathedral dominate the skyline. Outside the Cathedral is a fountain with a column crowned by a statue of ...