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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is Plitvice Lakes day! The forecast is for rain but hopefully that will mean a quieter park. I have been wanting to visit the lakes since I saw a video on YouTube of some rather gorgeous barefoot Croatian cellists playing at the foot of the waterfalls. If it's half as spectacular as it looks, it'll be an experience of a lifetime. I shall set all four of our alarms for 4.30am, imagine if we came all this way and missed the ...
Zagreb is a smaller Vienna, same cafe culture, equally stylish, but less imperial, more charming, and also cheaper. There are lots of parks, including a botannical garden (free) right in the centre of the city. The large open-air Dolac food market is across from the cathedral. Mirogoj is one of the most beautiful cemeteries we have seen. At the mushroom museum (free, just off the main square, Trg bana ...
... in the forest. The Croatian forest in autumn time is straight out of a fairy tale, or a story that dad told me about the States, at least. Every colour in the rainbow was in that forest, splashed over branches and fields and scrub, it was magic. A big owl flew onto a branch we chugged past, and in clearings small deer darted away. One thing I noticed was the lack of stock. The beautiful stone fences all stood in various states of decay and I saw a handful of ...
... uma brejinha e ver a Alemanha ganhar a copa contra a Argentina. Que belo jogo. Meus dias em Zagreb foram mais a experiência e a curtição do meu couchsurfing do que a própria cidade. O apto dele lembra muito o meu, todo acochegante e gracioso, e ele foi tão amável que me senti mais do que em casa e adorei ficar por ali com ele curtindo um lar doce lar ....surfando no sofá do Renato.
Amei a experiência e jamais vou esquecer a gentileza e tremenda hospitalidade ...
... crashing after a sugar high. We were exhausted from the hike and had witnessed so many beautiful sites that it was difficult to fully appreciate the interior of Croatia's beautiful countryside. One notable observation brought up by our driver was the bullet holes in various buildings that had not been mended since the Yugoslav War (1991-1999). It's scary to think about how recently this (seemingly) peaceful place was engulfed in ethnic ...