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... t believe how easy that was! That large map has a good layout and lots of detail, and it's been very useful.
The introductory tour meeting started at 17:00 and I expected it to be much the same as all the others. The group met in the Mrak’s Room restaurant and our Guide Darija described the details of the tour. We each chose a “buddy” for the duration of the tour, as is usual practice with the RS tours.
At about 18:20 ...
... with speed limited anywhere from 50 to 30 km/h.
After crossing the border to Slovenia, the going got a bit faster until I finally reached the motorway riding all the way at 120km/h to Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia
Right now I am staying at the Hotel Birokrat in the suburb of the City. The centre can be reach by bus and I did that yesterday afternoon as the sky cleared up somewhat and the sun made a brief but welcome ...
... we did see some cows on the first hill climb.
Susan thought she best have a Coke to help keep her awake and when I got the drinks the steward used a very modern device to open the beer bottle - a spoon. She could have been a student from Dunedin!
Luckily it was not full so were able to keep swapping sides depending on which side of a valley we were moving along. Just before arriving in Villach we went along the side of
Lake Worthersee. Spectacular - have look on ...
... and decided to spend the 3 hour wait exploring the old town. By the time the train pulled into Zagreb’s train station the sun had come out and it had warmed up. On my way to the old town from the train station, a random Croatian asked me 'do you have time’ assuming he was asking what the time was, I started to show him my watch, however it turned out that he had recognized I was a tourist and was asking whether I was on my way anywhere. Thus my 3 hours in Zagreb was ...
... our hostel, I started to get a better idea of the city and when we reached the main square I was truly speechless. It also helped that it was 2 o'clock in the afternoon and pure sunshine. We quickly checked into our hostel (Tresor - which was a perfect location and only 14 euros a night) and then starting walking along the river. The path that ran beside the river was completely full of outdoor patios. We grabbed a few drinks, crab legs and chicken wings and enjoyed ...