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Well getting to Zagreb was sure the adventure...
It started in Budapest, the night before we left for Zagreb. We looked up our train route and we were happy to find a direct train from Budapest to Zagreb. That seemed perfect, the only thing was the train required a reservation which is normal and not a big deal. So we go online and try to reserve our train but it says that its all booked up. Oh well, this has happened before and we know that if you go to the ...
... our passports twice (2 different people). Arrived in Zagreb at 8:55, walked two blocks to our hotel and called it a night. They had us down as a single room, so it is pretty small. We have been in three countries today with three different currencies (paid for our shuttle with Czech Crown, bought dinner in Salzburg for the train with Euro, and the hotel tonight will be paid for with Croatian Kunas). ...
... a major facility with grandstands and
extensive boat sheds. It looked very serious stuff. On the river
side a yacht race was happening. The river is very wide.
After the required length of walk we
settled in to a cafe /bar for a quiet beer beside the river.
We had taken the tram out and that was
an eye opener in itself. ...
... were close.
Free iced tea in Zagreb - A new Peach flavoured Iced tea by Nestle. Very nice on a hot day. The freebie worked as we bought one the next day.
Fisherman for what? - This charming man was using his fork to 'FISH' plastic bottles out of the rubbish bins. We saw 3 in the short time we were having our iced tea. The other 2 people were just your traditional fossickers with a big plastic bag to put there 'loot' in to.
... concern. We were surprised to see Ljubisa my uncle and his son, Davor, and Mirna's son Svan waiting at the restaurant and joined later by Edi's wife, Petrice, or as Mak said "more importantly she is my mother". It was an incredible emotional experience for me. Edi and Mirna took the Wednesday off work and Edi collected us from our hotel, "The Esplanade", before driving to Mirna's. The first stop of the day was to visit Mirogoj Cemetery, which was designed by ...