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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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... from the cash machine and we went to the Spar across the road and bought two small bottles of water with sports caps for the train, one 1.5l bottle of water to refill the small bottles, two bananas, four fresh bread rolls, a packet of ten slices of ham and a large bag of crisps. And we still had enough change from the £2.30 to buy four cheese scones and two chocolate pastries on the platform kiosk!
As we were watching the departures board for ...
... with sea views, to thermal spas, prime nature parks and ski slopes in mountains. That’s not all! There are picturesque towns with Roman, Venetian architecture, land dotted with old castles and more modern history with houses still having bullets holes on them.
From Hungary we drove straight to Zagreb where we could feel the past beauty of this very interesting town. The once beautiful buildings that now ...
... at least SOME of the words are familiar. Some of them really aren't though - "Glavni Kolodvor" is 'train station' and that doesn't sound like any languages I know.
So anyways, I briefly mentioned earlier about couchsurfing. I've been sort of toying with the idea of doing this on my Europe trip and this time I finally decided to go for it. There was a woman in Zagreb who was a Chinese teacher who had a couch available so I got in contact ...
... to walk towards the castle and the statue situated on top of the highest point in the city. It was a bit ambitious considering it was starting to rain but as usual we just trekked through it and made it to the top within 45 minutes. The panoramic views from the top were amazing!!! Once we made it back to the hostel we decided to check out one of the "ruin bars" in the city. We were told that a ruin bar was an old, abandoned apartment building that investors turned into ...
... near Karlovac and adding about 2 hours to our journey. The speed limit through these parts averaged 50-60kms per hour compared to the freeway which was 130kms! Yes that's travelling for you!
I was ok, after a while we ended up back on the freeway and arrived in Zadar about 3am. We found a youth hostel along the water and stayed there in a little room with 6 bunk beds. Haha felt like school camp.
At least we made it. ...