Funk Lounge Hostel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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Arriving after a 7 hour train from Budapest, we stop in the first bar we see for a pint! Dave isn't too keen on the local beer but I don't mind it.
We walk for about an hour until we find the hostel up a wee side street - it stays sunny for most of the journey but absolutely ****** it down for the last 5 minutes - we are soaked. Once we …
... have to come back up – 237 steps. We made it OK – puffing a bit and I was a bit worried about Craig’s knee but he say’s it’s fine.
We had only just got back into the bus when a massive rainshower and thunderstorm hit – how lucky had we been! We then had about a two hour journey to reach tonight’s stop Zadar – on the Croatian coast.
We arrived at our hotel –Kotovare ...
Well, my time in Zagreb has been as interesting and random as it's been short... Which is fine, Because I don't know what I would do with more time here! But the highlight of my two days here would definitely have to be The museum of broken relationships. I met up with Tim and Lorna, a couple from New Zealand I met in Venice and Ljubljana. And we went To the museum together. Lorna and I enjoyed it.. Poor Tim, not so much. We weren't even half way through when he told us ...
... It’s this little passageway that used to be part of a gate into the city. The gate burned down a couple hundred years ago, with the only thing surviving being an image of the Virgin Mary. So that wooden panel is still on display underneath this passageway and there are candles for lighting and actual benches for sitting and praying there as well. I think that there’s a group of nuns who live right there and keep it up as well. So that was kind of ...
... full of beds packed tightly together which was the biggest downside of this hostel. It’s always good to be in a dorm room that has lots of people in it but not feeling like your right next to someone else. Especially if they snore. Lets hope this hostel isn’t like that.
We were only staying one night in this city making our way further south and into the Balkans so we figured we should spend some time this afternoon organising ...