Henrik Rooms & Apartments
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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... 30 minutes and we cross the border only to stop again for another passport check.
Now we are under way with speeds hitting 160kph. The tracks in Croatia are a lot better maintained. The trains pulls into the Zagreb station at 6pm. Its a 2k walk to my accommodation. Its a very nice and new studio built in the back yard of Barbara's parents house. This was booked on airbnb. After meeting Barbara and her father i unpack and head to the supermarket to get some ...
... of our public transport tickets on a Metro to a district in Buda (west of the Danube is Buda, east is Pest) where we could walk up to a large basilica which looked very beautiful; 'up' being the word with the most importance here as I was carrying all our gear on my back, it was very warm and there was a lot of up between the Metro station and the basilica. I had two tickets left as I had discovered that the inspectors who stand by the ticket ...
... we struck out on our own. We walked 3 km up to the huge Mirogoj Cemetery, and then back past some of the sights, which we did not get to see with the group.
Mirogoj Cemetery is located a little away from Zagreb city centre. It was easily accessible by public transport, but we hoofed it. It was designed by Hermann Bollé in 1876, at the base of Mount Medvednica. The cemetery is counted among the top 10 most beautiful cemeteries ...
... airport! The bathrooms were very clean and nice. There are several ATMs there for getting money out, since Croatia still uses their own currency (the Kuna) and not Euro. The bus to downtown Pula was right outside of the airport and the bus driver spoke English just fine. In fact, almost everyone I've met so far in Croatia has spoken English fairly well. I was going to try to exchange the euros I still have to kuna, but the exchange was actually ...
... early, I found upon re-checking the train schedule that I could get a train to arrive in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, around midnight. I booked my hostel there, caught the train and spent some of the journey chatting to a Slovenian woman, who gave me a lift right to my hostel. While travelling I’ve been very touched by the kindness of strangers, especially when they find out I’m travelling alone - though it’s not as if I’m hitchhiking or ...