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Zagreb has quite a few museums but many are described by the
guidebooks as not too notable, though. That was my impression of the Mimara
Museum, probably Zagreb’s biggest art collection with an eclectic smattering of
this and that all donated to the city by a wealthy businessman. Many of the
paintings in the museum are attributed to some of the big names in art, but I
... desert which went down well.
As we had plenty of time we decided to walk the 4 blocks to the train station. Not too difficult given our bags with wheels and a reasonable surface. We make our way to platform 6 via the lift down and an amazing system of a conveyor belts that starts when you place your bag on it and it takes your bags up to the platform while you walk up rhe stairs beside it. After a while ...
Weakness: I remember. I remember, things from the very beginning, when people are nice and do things that surprise you in the best way. I remember, how good that person can be, with their kindness, their affection, their thoughtful actions. And I believe in them that that is who they truly are.
Weakness: Even when someone wrongs me, I still give them opportunities, multiple opportunities, to redeem themselves. Because I remember. I remember only the good ...
... he did the fabulous larger sculpture outside the golden city gates in Split. I do love house museums, and this one was very evocative of the 1920's, it had a courtyard entrance and an open space off the very impressive dining room; beautiful timber, grand staircase, and the house is full of his sculptures, friezes and furniture he designed. He also designed the inside of the house. I particularly loved a sculpture of his wife and baby, as well as ...
... 269;ić gallery, free entry, we were for the third time the only visitors, and were given a coffee table book to take with us! The only museum we actually paid for was the Museum of Naive Art, where my favourite painting was My Cross-Eyed Neighbour, Steve.
Rebecca West, travelling in the opposite direction to ours, was not yet fully warmed up when she passed through Zagreb, and she describes it in ...