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... photo album donated by the woman who was suddenly dumped. Fascinating!
Contemplating buying a suitcase to fill with cheaply priced clothes, but really don't wanna carry that around with us but seriously $60 for a sweet pair of Nikes and sales up to 70% off is beyond tempting! I've never seen Johno so into clothes shopping before!
Johno here.....I hate clothes shopping, but with these prices it was fun....new runners, new walking shoes, new shirts, and ...
... showed us around the apartment. Micky thought it best, in true Croat hospitality, to show us all the naughty channels that the cable TV came with. Without a thought in the world or one iota of inhibition, he put on the Hustler Channel and loudly advised us that "Big C**k F**kers" was on. This must have been a favourite of his as he sat there admiring it for a while before changing to another of the blue channels and continuing his apartment tour. Anyway it became apparent ...
After getting up late, we had as breakfast toasts with cheese. We surfed a bit on Internet, I had a chat with Jean, our French neighbor. Then we went to Hania, a walk on the port and in the old center. We found the pedestrian area nice, it is cleaner but more graffitis. I bought a new mouse mat with Hania and Samaria gorge for work and a cat calendar for a friend. We had an ice cream (€1,50 the scoop) and ...
... it, but today the walls are only on 3 sides as the front wall was knocked down for aesthetic reasons. The defensive walls with round towers were built when the threat from the Ottoman Turks was at its height. The current cathedral is the third, the first was destroyed by the moguls, the second by an earth quake in 1880 and then one of today. We then went to the Stone Gate, the remanence of the city walls from the Middle Ages, and is the last ...
In the morning we briefly visited Boris's Mum's cousin Tonka, in a lovely suburb of Zagreb then took the tram back to the city centre. A ride up the funicular took us up to the Upper Town where we visited the Zagreb City Museum which has been housed in the 17th-century Covenant of St Clair since 1907. Preceding extensive renovations from 1993 - 1998, archaeological research under the Museum building itself uncovered ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed