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... that Zagreb gets its name from the word “Zagrabitti” which means “to scoop”. One of the Croat legend says that thirsty soldiers were going across a deserted region and the leader drove his sabre into the ground in frustration and water poured out. Fascinating. I then proceeded to Dolac markets, an outdoor fresh fruit, vegetables and fish market which was packed to the rafters, onto Zagreb Cathedral (every city seems to have a cathedral ...
Arrived from: Vienna
Start date: 12/08/13
... see two snakes, a frog, a camelian and many butterflies and dragonflies. Downstream in the lower region of the lakes there are many small waterfalls which we walked past on wooden plank bridges and walkways. At the end of the walkway is the spectacular 76 metre high waterfall. It is usually gushing with water, but when we were there it had been a bit dry and the water fall was more of a drizzle that a gush. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and were disappointed to have to leave ...
... get a feel for it's history (maybe because our lack of museum options) and I also felt the city didn't have much personality or charm. Of course, first impressions aren't fair and we were there for a short time so I should give it a second chance. But as is, no real desire to return to Zagreb. I hear the Dalmatian Coast and Dubrovnik are where it's at though, so hopefully I'll be back to Croatia. (I only saw one Dalmatian dog the whole time, maybe they're all on the ...
... a day tour of; however, with that said, I think it also enough time to explore the city. We arrived just in time for their Vegan festival market day where we enjoyed sampling special vegan croatian foods and buying from local farmers.
I bought these miniature plums from an ancient lady. We exchanged the typical tourist conversation while abroad -- her in Croatian with me ...