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Arrived after a 7 hour train from Budapest and stopped in the first bar we saw for a pint! Dave wasn't too keen on the local beer but I didn't mind it.
Walked for about an hour until we found the hostel - it stayed sunny for most of the journey but absolutely ****** it down for the last 5 minutes - we were soaked. Once we got checked in we …
... and her sons and wife. One of the cousins had kids Hamish and Claudia’s age so they eventually headed up stairs to play while we talked.
Soon enough two other cousins came to say hello, one a brother of the house we were at, and the other Mladen’s brother Tomislav
Again, time quickly got away from us and by around 8:30pm, it was time to call it a night. At least we got to drive home ...
... housing solutions to thousands of refugees still affected by the war in the 90s.
We also got to spend time with local university students outside of the classroom. They took us to a very typical bar where the drinks were cheap and the local liquor was readily available. The students are incredible friendly and eager to share ideas and experiences. All of their English is excellent and we Americans ...
... we'll see how well they turn out. It's interesting because we drove past Rijeka and it looks basically like the Amalfi Coast. Cities set on the side of the hills with bigger hills behind them and very steep and a large body of water beyond.
Then you get up into the hills and the mountains closer to Zagreb and it looks Germanic! They've got the little chalets just like in Austria/Germany/Switzerland and everything. So that's been ...
... Europe). The original construction of the cathedral was in 1093, but has undergone a few reconstructions through the ages.
Of even more interest, at least to us, was the large fresh food market set up in one of the main squares of the city. Everything from fruit, vegetables, spices, nuts and seeds, and cheese was available. We bought some grapes and mandarins - amazing flavor, and only $1 a kilo too.