Hotel Dvorac Gjalski
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... and drinking places. We find a 'restauran' with barbecue meat patties and venison stew, the deer apparently hunted by the owner. We have to try the speciality dessert kremsnita, which is like a very light vanilla slice, very yummy, with an espresso. We meet a couple of Aussie ladies from Perth, doing a house swap in Zagreb, who are enjoying their stay in an apartment overlooking the ...
... at the border and you get out of the bus and walk to the exit police, they give you an exit stamp, then you walk across the border and get an entry stamp at the Croatian customs about 15 metres away, and then you get back on the bus in Croatia. Not quite like the Canadian/US border.. It has been raining since I got here yesterday - but fairly lightly, and warm enough for shorts. There are a ton of people at this hostel - I think it can hold about 200 people and ...
Ahhhh the sleeper train. Great idea that one… ha-ha! It was definitely a unique experience, with no regrets. The use of the word ‘sleep’ seems a little inappropriate (or is at least mischievously inaccurate) . Our cabin was a shoebox with bunks and a sink on one side. Given that it was midnight it was nice to have the space to lay down. The sheets were clean and the room was tidy. Plus it was only about $66 for a ...
... t cover much physical ground but was, as always, very informative and we see all of the important stuff. I learned that Slovenia was never an autonomous state until 1991 but that Slovenian as a language has existed for about a thousand and Slovenians identify with each other largely through language. In the main square in the old town is a statue of a poet, rather than a conqueror or military officer, because of the importance of the ...
... well, even though I presume it will be
sung in Czech. The other event we discovered was a Sunday 11:00 am
concert in the foyer of the theatre. Anyway I booked both as the
prices in Zagreb are really cheap.
As we booked into our flat at 2:00 pm
we only met the cleaning lady who has no English and we have no
Croatian but the flat looks good. There are a couple of hiccups, we
thought the hot water wasn't on, but ...