Hostel Mali Mrak
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Om half zeven gaat de wekker alweer af. Tijd om de tassen weer in te pakken (ik had er in twee dagen al een flinke puinhoop van weten te maken) en naar het station te gaan. Het regende en we proberen zo goed als we kunnen de bagage droog te houden door het in te pakken in plastic tasjes die we overal verzamelden. Nog snel een broodje en een …
associated square. The cathedral and back to trg bena Jelacica.
Quite interesting to gain some insights from a local. The young
guide was apparently trained as a journalist but the unemployment
rate is very high. Perhaps 50% for younger people.
After lunch, back at our flat we
retraced much of the tour route to take some photos and see the bits
where we would have liked to stay longer.
We also stopped past the main ...
... The Croatian’s are very habitual and very social so on a Saturday morning it appeared every soul in the city had descended on this area for gatherings and to do their weekly fruit and vegetable shop at the massive and packed Dolmac Market. Rox and I slowly worked out way through the crowds smiling at how immersed we were in the local way of life listening to the laughing, talking and arguing occurring throughout this festive area. We navigated ...
... The steering wheel locked mid-drive, while we were driving full speed down the highway. Lucky for all of us, the van drifted off to the right hand side of the road (europeans drive down the right side side of the road). We conveniently pulled up next to an information centre. It could have been a lot worse, particularly if it had happened when we were driving through the heavy rain and hail. Although the temperature had drop quite considerably and the weather where we were now ...
The Esplanade is a beautiful and elegant hotel. We took a walk from our hotel, about 1.2 miles and eventually through the hilly cobbled streets of old town, to our restaurant. The architecture here is fascinating, conveying a duplicity of an ancient city and spray-painted tags and graffiti. Our meal was amazing. We were so excited that we ordered way too much food. We had appetizers of homemade sausage and olives and bread as well as ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Mali Mrak Zagreb
Really nice staff! Lovely wall (and ceiling) paintings. Our room was clean and we had a comfy bed. The only thing i did not like was the fact that the guest have to clean the bathroom. Not that I dont want to do it, but the other guest didnt and the shower was covered in their hairs. But that is nog the fault of the hostel, just the other lazy guest!
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