Travel Blogs from Zagreb
... Broken Relationships was popular with young tourists - one of us too cynical to enter - guess who? lol Celebrations everywhere for the beginning of the summer season. Traditional dress and enactments happening everywhere. Spent the afternoon tram hopping then early dinner at Gostionica Purger - yummy local ...
... Relationships (reminds me just a tad of Orhan Pamuk's Museum of Innocence - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Museum _of_Innocence); VERY INTERESTING!!! Beautifully put together...in 2011 it won the Most Innovative European Museum Award. http://brokenships.com/en - with a nice little café too - I had a Heineken with free WiFi - the password is "just friends" :-) I have a few photos below to share some of the stories (I did enjoy the axe story!!!)
Then off to ...
... now it is just us in it. The lady at check in said that we would most likely be alone because there were no more reservations for the evening and there were a lot of open rooms. Also, towels are included and the showers are hot. The rooms are nice and dark and we hope they will be quiet too. We really wish we could stay longer here. If we come back, we will totally stay here. Oh, and there is free printing... which is awesome because we ran out of space on the Eurail pass to ...
... Jack gave her five kuna (local currency) to purchase another balloon.
As we parted, we learned that Igor is actually a tour guide. He was generous with his knowledge and inspiring with his enthusiasm for the city he calls home. If you’re visiting Zagreb, we hope you consider contacting him, email@example.com.
Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, is a cosmopolitan city that opened its arms in warm welcome. During our brief stay, ...
... cold (but welcomed due to aforementioned statement re hangovers) waters and then partying by night in places such as a night club in a cave in the town of Makarska, a cliff side bar in Dubrovnik and a side street bar in Hvar where we befriended some Swedes (one who had beard envy) among others. A small case of what I would call "Balkan Belly" raised its head during the week but I think that was due to some civil unrest in the guts brought on by the local ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking