Funk Lounge Hostel
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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 …
... me the one that has stuck in my mind is the
belly dancers but that is just me, Alison didn't seem to appreciate
them to the same extent.
In between the musical events we had a
grand Sunday lunch at a city restaurant and visited a Roman
archeological park. There was a free bus out to an open day at the
dig site. A really busy day which left us pretty tired for the next
days traveling north to Hungary.
... those terrible taxis! We then had coffees in the beautifully restored (somewhat Viennese-somewhat Art Deco style) City Café - filled with OLD ladies all dressed to the nines!!!
Vlado then walked with me to the funicular (http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/?id=1 59&solo=333&l=e) and I went off to the upper town to walk around and visit the City Museum.
... rgb(17, 17, 17); font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of flights: 3
# of monies found: 1.40 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents
Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , 11 Czech Republic things, 5 cents Croatian
# of New beers: 34
... head down on any form of bed, I therefore decided to grab the closest taxi (fortunately there were many near the bus terminal, which is situated at the harbour).
I got into the taxi and asked the driver to take me to a Kastela (I couldn't remember the exact name, but thought that Kastela was a place) with a marina, he nodded and said Kastela Marina and started driving. On the way to Kastela Marina I started talking with the driver and he told me about ...