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We had a “free” walking tour
booked today at 12:00, so we planned to go to the Dolac market this
morning, buy something for tea and bring it back to our flat, before
the tour. We were late getting up however so this turned in to a bit
of a rush. I seem to have suddenly switched from waking at 5 or 6
o’clock to waking at 8. The poor old body clock is completely
The market ...
... the Cathedral and went inside when I got there (it’s free). They have the coolest floor patterns! All kinds of different geometric designs. It’s a pretty small church compared to the ones in Spain, but it makes it feel more intimate and is probably more appropriate to the size of Zagreb. It’s neogothic and has those lovely high ceilings and big columns too. It’s got a couple of very nice stained glass windows in the very front of ...
... com/biography. htm) nearby - we drove by it on the way up to the garage, but I missed it walking down - so, alas, no Tesla photo...by me :-(
The next green area of the "Green Horseshoe" after the Gallery of Arts and Sciences is the Strossmayerov Square/Park, and then the Tomislava Trg- with the mighty King Tomislav on his majestic horse (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_ Review-g294454-d548742-Reviews-King_Tom islav_Square_Tomislav_trg-Zagreb.html). ...
... the history of the Hungarian people. Finally we ended up at the Castle (on the Buda side of the city) a few hours later which over looks all of Budapest. Apparently, one side of the city is called Buda and the downtown area in the center is called Pest...pronounced Pesh. The two sides of the city are separated by the Danube river but are connected by several bridges.
After walking all day, our legs were tired so we decided to walk to the famous Budapest thermal baths. ...
Well we were moving on again today to make our way out of Slovenia and into Croatia. Slovenia had certainly been an amazing country to visit surprising us with it’s historical charm, friendly people and natural beauty. It’s such a small country with so much to offer.
This morning we were up early again to catch a bus to Bled station followed by a train via Ljubljana to Zagreb the capital city of Croatia. Once on board the train for the ...