Hotel Odisej Mljet

Address: \N, Otok, Vukovar-Syrmia County, Slavonia, 20226, Croatia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Otok

    Catching up on last night and a bike tour

    A travel blog entry by birteuk on Jul 13, 2015

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... bridge and floods are very likely. 11. There aware 217 gas lanterns in Zagreb that are all lit by one guy. 12. Nobody really knows where the name Zagreb comes from. Loads of legends surrounding it. What they know is that Zagreb was created out of two separate settlements on the hills. 13. The sun and 9 planets are dotted around the vicinity of the city. Check out the size of the earth in my pictures. By the way I won the invisible t-shirt by guessing the approximate size of it. ...

    Day 44 - Zagreb, Croatia

    A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... definitely still separate from the region I came from and still has some restrictions that other nations do not. So it went, it was very smooth as what looked like local policeman boarded the train and zipped through the cars stamping out passports; couldn't have taken more than 15 minutes. I just like the border check because it's an official 'entry' into a new place. Most often I didn't even know I had crossed borders on other train and bus rides. As I approached Zagreb, the capital ...

    At noon, a canon shot!

    A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Aug 18, 2014

    11 photos

    Zagreb was a very lovely discovery! A bigger town than Ljubljana, and I do not know why, I preferred it to Ljubljana.

    I had this wonderful hostel in an old 150 square meter apartment, high ceilings, large rooms, two were transformed in dormitories, the middle one was a sitting room with television and cosy seats. Two bath rooms, a kitchen... all the comfort as if one was at home! I loved that place.
    That day I arrived in the late afternoon after a ...

    Greetings from Croatia (#1)

    A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Jun 02, 2014

    ... letter from me when I get home and I will get my $50 back! Watch out!
    Need another reason to avoid US Airways? The Airplane did not have individual seat back video screens. I did not get to catch up on my movies! I count on my flying time to watch movies. It saves me money to watch them on the airplane instead of the movie theater after all. They just had a couple of screens in the middle of the aisle. It was kind of like we had traveled back ...

    A day of moving between locations

    A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 23, 2014

    ... see the blend of cultures. Also, Croatian has a very strong Spanish influence in certain parts - 10 minutes is "deset minuta" and 'deset' is pronounced with a strong emphasis on the first syllable so it almost sounds like "doce" which is actually twelve not ten in Spanish, but anyways. I asked the hostel front desk person about it and he said that it was because of the shipping in the Mediterranean, which makes a lot of sense. So it's been ...