Hotel Garni Samobor
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... all the tiny towns as the people began to rise for work and school. The river and train wrapped and bent around the golden hills filled with autumn leaves, and passes through some very tranquil and colorful towns. And finally, I had the opportunity to experience a border crossing. Although this can be an unpleasant experience around the world, I was happy to finally show my passport at the Slovenia-Croatia border. Even though Croatia is one of the newest members to the European Union, ...
Today I went to the Plitvice Lakes as a day trip from Zagreb. I had very little information on this site - other than you can't go to Croatia and not visit the Plitvice National Park. Even when I booked at the hostel there was little information - I asked if I needed a bathing suit or anything and the response was "no just like any other national park". So I figured jeans and a T shirt... I arrived early and 8 of us ...
... br> So he left his beloved green lowlands.
Croatians turned out to be great,
Though somewhat confused by the date:
They could never be fussed
By July in August,
Plus can't get their berries quite straight.
For next year's planned comeback he was psyched
Just to taste Zagreb's swell daily life.
You'd notice quite soon
He biked to Jarun
... time still shows. It is set into old town wall, which still has the baileys. Walked through parks to Rendiceva- the coolest cafe street in the world. Epic coffee & lovely people. St Mark's Square has a cathedral with the most beautiful mosaic roof. Massive renovations have been done because of natural disasters & not much of the original 14th century building remains. But inside there are ...
... rustic ones and lush verdant countryside. It was hard not to just keep clicking – but there’s only so many pictures you can look at! Slovenia is shaped like a running chicken and we passed across the bottom of the head and into Croatia. At the border from Slovenia to Croatia we all had to get off the bus and show our passports then wait for our bus to be allowed through then we all got back on. We drove to the other side of no ...