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... how to get to the place. As a result we were forced to cancel, open a dispute for a refund and spend another night in a hostel in Zagreb.
We had dedicated our day to visiting the famed plitvice national park and got up early in order to get a tram into town and an 8am train to the closest train station to the park where we were then to get a bus. Unfortunately, the conductor, who was trying to be helpful, told us to get off at the wrong stop so we had a ...
... stall who could speak English. We attempted to purchase a pair of board shorts (made in China) but couldn't get the size. Bugger as they were only $3 Aussie.
We made our way to the tourist info centre, got a map and some advice and then went off in search of more material. This short excursion was not productive as nothing suitable could be found. Now to find a coffee shop with cake. They don't exist! So, just had to have an ice cream as ...
... border you cross a bridge which takes you into Bosnia. About a mile in and the bus pulls over at a road stop resembling something out of Hollywood movie. The drivers had stopped to eat which I now understood why this journey was going to take 8 hours. To sleep again, waking up in the mountains... mist blanketed everything. It wasn't so much erie but it had a mystical sense about the place. Bosnia /Sarajevo is beautiful at 5 ...
Sunday I said goodbye to the coast and took the bus to Zagreb, the Croatian capital. You can really see the differences in rulings throughout history as you make your way around the Balkans; Zagreb looks and feels very different to the coast, it is distinctly Austro-Hungarian!
So today, I set out to explore the city, following the walking routes set out on the map from the Hostel; taking me through the Upper and Lower Towns of Zagreb. I ...
... in them. For example, “trg” means “town square.” Check out this tongue twister: Cvrči čvrčić cvrčak na čvoru crne smrče (a cricket chirps and chirps on the knotted branch of the black spruce).
10. There are very few fatties here: most people are slim and relatively Euro/Metro-Fashiony, which is a good segue into the last factoid:
11. You may walk by 20 outdoor cafes that look ...