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... found Croatians last time we visited; glad to see some nationalities live up to my preconceived stereotypes.
This was further reinforced when a young woman came to sit in our compartment and was watching Hazel make origami pieces out of pages of her notepad, and then asked for a piece of paper so she could make Hazel an origami flower. Hazel gave her an origami box in return. Croatians are cool.
When we arrived in Zagreb and walked out ...
Zagreb, Croatia's capital and largest city (pop 1.1 million) is teeming with energy and activity, but surprisingly few tourists. Zagreb was originally comprised of two towns: Gradec and Kaptol, established around the year 1000. They finally merged in 1850. Zagreb officially became a Capitol city in 1991, when Croatia declared independence. So, it's an old/new city.
Our train ride to Zagreb from Pécs was pleasant with only one transfer in Gyekenes at the border. ...
We caught the tram to go to the museum contemporary art on the way we saw some nice scenerys of sava river .
The museum is well worth a visit as there are many interesting art works but the funniest part is to exist by a slide it is a unforgettable experince for ...
... seats on the Zagreb to Split train we were catching at 6.30 the next morning. Simon guarded the luggage while Susan went to check it out and found the 6.30 was not running but she had seats for us on the 12.50 so now we get a sleep in. It means we can see more of Zagreb and less time in Split.
That drama sorted - now the hotel - on google maps it looked close so just needed to check is it left or right when you leave the station and how far. It ...
... pm). They have pizza for sale for 10 kunas everywhere - they are these GIANT slices that they fold in half so you can eat them like a sandwich. So I succumbed and bought one of those. It was DELICIOUS. I think they must have gotten some of the Italian pizza thing going on, since technically Trieste Italy is less then 200 kilometers away. Now I'm here trying to catch up on a bunch of things and plan for tomorrow and also pick up some basic Croatian phrases.