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... Vernon and Ros in the car were victims of the poor quality of the Garmin maps of the region.
When I stopped to wait for them to catch up, I expected them to be no more than five minutes behind. Finally I sent a text to enquire politely as to their whereabouts. The reply came back: " we are in a minefield". You can imagine my concern: a lot of my biking gear was in that car!
It transpired that I had used the new road and ...
... on their flag. Found two statues of St George slaying the dragon. The one dragon was subservient and the other quite fierce. Old buildings, Thousands of years of history Where 1000 years ago Croatia was a Kingdom 1102 recognised Hungarian rule and was ruled by them until 1526. Because they were afraid of Turks they recognised the Hapsburg dynasty so Croatia became part of Austria until 1918 ...
... the National Theatre building,which is quite close to
our flat and bought tickets to a couple of events.
The National Theatre, Zagreb, is
apparently a smaller grand opera house of the horseshoe style. We
were very pleased to find on the internet that they are staging a
Smetana opera, The bartered bride. It isn't called that in Croatian
but if we read up on the libretto before hand I am hoping that we
should follow ...
April 27, 2014 Church in Zagreb was beautiful! We actually got to meet in a church building which was completely different than what Steve experienced 20 years ago. We visited with the Elders and met several couple missionaries as well as some sisters. We also visited with Kristiyan and the Bzik family. We walked back to our hotel, then visited a little super market where ...
... 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 ...