Hotel Odisej Mljet
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... into slav languages.
When we were walking around we saw a man with a pet piglet. We also saw a tap water feature with water coming out, but it wasn't attached to a pipe.
We walked through a park which had white tents where you could buy cake and macaroons. Tom and I got an angry birds macaroon. We ran around in the park too.
Zagreb. Population: 1.1 million
Currency: HRK Kuna.
... some quick pizza, ice cream, and more exploration of Zagreb before our outing this evening. Jet lag has been a bummer today, but hopefully a good night's sleep will leave me rested for a day of visiting two local NGOs tomorrow.
I am very excited to be in Europe again! The streets are a bit crowded and there are cafés out on the sidewalk and town squares and I feel very comfortable roaming about and being a part of it all. ...
... had several of the important ones from the hotel). We also stopped by an amazing 3-D model of the city - laid out on a large platform and set up in bronze (I think) showing all the relationships of the lower and higher town parts. Then we walked to the Hop-on-Hop-off bus stop near the Cathedral - NO BUSES UNTIL APRIL!!! Tomorrow? NO!!! Aleksandra called me later to say they have canceled ALL the buses for the time being - AAARGH!!! And all the museums are closed on ...
... another round and lop on some sausage and potatoes while I was at it.
by now I was getting close to 7 PM which means the NFL should be kicking off soon. I struck up a conversation with the waiter and asked him that if someone was inclined to watch "American Football" where would one head to do so? He did not have an answer for me. In fact he looked a little bewildered. I might have been the first American he has waited on ...
... buildings and everywhere is lush with trees and well kept flower displays. I wander happily for 7 hours, including a really good museum with hardly any visitors but works by Degas, Turner and Renoir to name just a few. Having always wondered how foreigners pick us out as British, I amaze myself doing exactly the same thing. I spot an english family in a picture looking very Pride ...