Ravnice Youth Hostel

Address: I. Ravnice 38d, Zagreb, 1000, Croatia | Hostel
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    Travel Blogs from Zagreb

    O primeiro couchsurfing a gente nunca esquece

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on Jul 11, 2014

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    ... como se fosse um "parque do ibirapuera" em Sao Paulo, só que o lago é artificial e translúcido. Alem de muita gente nadando tem um pessoal praticando wakeboard. Muito bonito o lugar.
    A noite o Brasil jogou pra disputar o 3o lugar da Copa. E saimos com um amigo do Renato pra ver o jogo em um bar, na mesma regiao lotada de bares que passamos a tarde. O lugar é um charme só, tambem a noite. Um calção lotado de barzinhos, gente bonita e um clima de ...

    A wonderful family reunion

    A travel blog entry by faerenuff on May 06, 2014

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    ... architect "Herman Bolle", who is responsible for the design of the green horseshoe and many of the buildings in Central Zagreb. It is also where my grandparents and aunt (Edi's mother) are buried, so we visited each grave and left flowers and candles. It was a lovely calm start to the day. Then onto Medvednica a large mountain on the north of Zagreb that is a covered with forests and has many trails scattered throughout. It has little lodges all offering ...

    Zagreb and Couchsurfing

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... under the clock tower. Got it.

    For those of you less familiar with couchsurfing, you basically get to stay on the couch (or occasionally extra bedroom) of someone’s house, for free, while you’re traveling around. Sometimes your host will show you around, sometimes you can just have it be a place to sleep. I’ve heard stories where people just get a key to the apartment and then their host goes and stays somewhere else, so they ...


    A travel blog entry by jspence on Aug 08, 2013

    ... Also, it wasn't good for our diet as the most reasonable priced food was pizza so of course we ate it way way to much of it. Our main purpose of visiting Croatia was to get ourselves on a sail trip. Everything was booked out so we got ourselves on a boat for the following Saturday, the 27th of July. We quickly decided that we would not be able to stay in split for the next five days due to the expense and the lack of things to do there. From here ...

    Found the Gorupic' Family!

    A travel blog entry by hartmangoseedo on May 17, 2006

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    ... that Ivan and Dragan always talked about Ignac going to California and being a dairyman with his son (my dad Robert - Bob) but of course no contact. No internet all these years. ( Right now we are back in the town of Sisak which is a more modern town but still very small. At least there is a FREE Internet cafe.) Bottom line, they and I are so happy, this is trully an amazing adventure. They won't let us leave until tomorrow, more ...