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Well we are getting good at finding our way around train and bus stations and buying tickets early. We have also found out the hard way that reserving tickets and getting a carriage and seat number means absolutely nothing, as we along with many young tourists walking up and down carriages armed with all our luggage found out.
Zagreb was a big city and unfortunately the weather wasn't kind to us :-( We had a big ...
Heading to Zagreb today with Mara and Drago. We are planning to go to the Plitvice Lakes, a national park of world heritage significance - and certainly pretty dear to Croatians, including Drago! After this, we need to visit Zdenka who lives in Karlovac, a town just outside of Zagreb…so…we needed to leave early to fit it all in.
Leaving at around 8:30am we headed off, getting some breakfast at a stop on the ...
... Broken Relationships which has on display artifacts and stories about break-ups donated from people all over the world. It is a pretty cool museum and even a little bit therapeutic--sometimes sad and sometimes funny.
We are headed out in a bit for one more Croatian/American night out and will do our best to be home at a reasonable hour so we will be ready for a hike in a national park tomorrow.
... at least SOME of the words are familiar. Some of them really aren't though - "Glavni Kolodvor" is 'train station' and that doesn't sound like any languages I know.
So anyways, I briefly mentioned earlier about couchsurfing. I've been sort of toying with the idea of doing this on my Europe trip and this time I finally decided to go for it. There was a woman in Zagreb who was a Chinese teacher who had a couch available so I got in contact ...
... was the best we had had in Croatia. Perusing the menu, we decided to go back for dinner. Again we were not disappointed. Julie had a dish of Sesame coated chicken fillets with a courgette puree (scrumptious), while I had a bowl of cream of broccoli soup, followed by grilled duck breast with grilled veg and a raspberry and peppercorn sauce. Again washed down with a couple of glasses of red and coffee. We were both blown away ...