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Zagreb, Museums and Opera
There are a lot of smaller museums in
Zagreb so we decided to sample a couple today.
First up was the Natural History
museum. We chose this because it was reputed to have the best
collection of Neanderthal artifacts in Europe. Our information was
out of date however as this collection has been shifted to a
dedicated Neanderthal museum at an archeological ...
... around all day every day, but it could be a lot worse.
After all of this, I went back to the hostel and got my pack and ate my breakfast. I’ve been trying to set up a stay via couchsurfing with this lady here in Zagreb who is a Chinese teacher at the University of Zagreb. We’ve been just missing each other’s messages, and thus haven’t been able to arrange a place to meet up, but we finally did that morning. 1 pm in the ...
... through the wonderful market (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attraction_ Review-g294454-d548398-Reviews-Dolac_Ma rket-Zagreb.html). I managed to resist actually buying anything but a couple of tee shirts - it turns out the weather here is so gorgeous I really need a few more short sleeve shirts :-) I walked and walked - "did" the "main" square - with the Ban (Governor) Jelačić statue (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ban_Jela% C4%8Di%C4%87_Square). Josip Jelačić ...
... right away and given things to do throughout the city while his 10 week old baby was strapped to his chest. Terrea couldn't stop smiling at it!! Two days was definitely enough for this small town but on our last night we stopped in at a small micro brewery which offered tons of locally made beers in all different flavours. Blueberry beer was Terrea's favourite.
Our next stop on our trip was going to be Ljubljana but it seemed that getting there was going to take ...
... I think I’ve said this a few times already in this blog, and will continue to say it, but the people you meet singlehandedly make our travel memories special. And the next few hours with Morgan and Emily on the train to Venice were epic memories! We donned our backpacks and headed for our 9:30pm train (a small matter of 14 hours). Morgan was tiny is stature and continually complained about her poorly fitted backpack – not the moaning type of complaints ...