Hotel Dvorac Gjalski
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... 80, 000 per year in major? #7: The members an individual refer get a lot of snacks for their money. The account works like an insurance. The chance is spread and not all the members need to be served monthly. This is why the people who need to get served will receive a service that will be much more valuable than their particular tiny $20 monthly payment. #8: You can do everything from home. You just need to talk to people and encourage them to become ...
... Croatian food, plus wine. A little touristy, but fun. Everyone was in a good mood and lots of photos and exchanging of email addresses ensued. Back to the Westin where I write this. Off to a new adventure tomorrow in Barcelona. We leave the hotel at 11.30 so maybe time for a walk. I will write my impressions of Croatia and Slovenia tomorrow because I am too tired now. The life of a tourist is never easy, but how lucky am I to be ...
Varazdin to Zagreb
Packed up this morning and left our
flat at the entirely civilised hour of 10:30. The bus trip to Zagreb
of close to 2 hours is a very leisurely jaunt off the main tollway
and stopping at innumerable villages along the way. We eventually
got back to the bus station and trundled our cases for the half forty
minutes around to our flat. We were a bit early so I went on to the
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... see the blend of cultures. Also, Croatian has a very strong Spanish influence in certain parts - 10 minutes is "deset minuta" and 'deset' is pronounced with a strong emphasis on the first syllable so it almost sounds like "doce" which is actually twelve not ten in Spanish, but anyways. I asked the hostel front desk person about it and he said that it was because of the shipping in the Mediterranean, which makes a lot of sense. So it's been ...