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Aleksandra and Vlado picked us up at 10 for the 45-minute drive to Trakošćan Castle. On the way we dropped in at Konzum for water - first class supermarket!!!
The Castle was just outstanding - but we were not allowed to take photos inside - so for a much better job than I could have done check out this web site for a virtual …
... Relationships, a funny yet heartbreaking exhibit featuring contributions of items and stories by people all over the world recounting the story of their broken relationships. The three of us found it to be a unique, intimate experience, almost like peering at a glimpse into the reality of someone else. I would highly recommend it to anyone in Zagreb.
And then we had an adventure. More on that in the next post!
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... and for some circus scenes there were real
acrobats, a juggler and slack rope walker. The chorus kept up with
these specialists and the whole choreography of the chorus was really
good. The lead soprano role was played really well by a Croatian
veteran female lead. She was obviously not suited to a virginal
young bride but she played the part with great character and was
clearly the finest singer on stage. The ...
... as 'vouched for’ and then they gave ratings and endorsements to the people they knew were trustworthy, and then those people could do the same, etc. So you can be fairly confident that no one who has any kind of endorsement is going to rape and kill you, for example (this is for your peace of mind, mom :-p).
While I was out running errands in the morning, I also bought a Croatian SIM card with 50 kunas of credit on it. So while at the hostel ...
... tracks and practiced our indie photography skills. The next day we decided to try out Split's best asset and spent a happy day on the beach, desperately avoiding the ridiculous temperature. Before we could do this we had to put our bags in a locker and this resulted in a game of backpack tetris as a small audience built up. Ally showed how he was a truly valued member of the Scottish Champions Water polo ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Antunovic Zagreb
Wonderful hotel - staff are all very pleasant and eager to assist at every turn. Gorgeous suite with lots of room and a view to the East - I watch the sunrise every morning from my bed :-)
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