Hotel Holiday

Address: Jankomir 27, Zagreb, 10090, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jankomir 27, Zagreb, is near Upper Town (Gornji Grad), Jarun Lake, Zagreb Botanical Gardens, and Ban Josip Jelacic Monument.
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      Up and down.

      A travel blog entry by kapesta on Feb 24, 2015

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      Avoiding the highway to save expensive toll fees, meant we didn't make quite the progress we had hoped for, ending up only in Zagreb and not Belgrade as was planned. It did however mean we that we had to/got to drive through the 'Loiblpass' a steep pass with many switchbacks on both sides. Arriving in Zagreb at night wasn't ideal but doable, finding our hostel without further ...

      Farewell Old Lady Budapest, hello funky Croatia!

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 09, 2014

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      ... morning was that my rucksack's weight pulling on my shoulders made my hands somewhat numb, and as I was taking a photo with my mobile (not mine, lent to me by the mobile shop!), I dropped the phone on the tiled ground. Thankfully it still works but is sporting two large cracks, so doubtless I'll have to pay for this to be fixed as well as my own phone. I know from a rucksack-bearing youth that if you tighten the waist belt and loosen the shoulder ...

      Day 7 - Boy Are Our Feet Tired

      A travel blog entry by ourgreatescapes on Aug 19, 2014

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      ... has always been occupied by a Cathedral from ancient times. The first Cathedral was destroyed during the Tartar attack in the 13th century and the present Cathedral was built during the latter part of the 13th century. But what we saw today did not represent the original construction, as many renovations have altered the look of the building. The main reason behind the renovations, was the immense damage done by the 1880 earthquake, ...

      Lots to catch up on... Ljubljana and Zagreb!

      A travel blog entry by jacquelinerose on Jul 10, 2014

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      So I fell a little bit behind in my blogging and there is lots to catch up on! When I blogged last we were still in Bled and had done that epic bike ride! The next day we went to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, via taxi. We spoke to Yani at our hostel and found out that taking a taxi, split by 3, was the same cost as taking a train, but the taxi would take us straight to the door, so we had him call for us. Little did we know it would be ...

      A day of moving between locations

      A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 23, 2014

      ... bag below, and mine just barely managed to fit partly under my seat and partly where my feet go so I didn't have to pay.

      The reason it takes so long to get between places is that the highways connect the cities in very strange ways, mostly because there are a lot of mountains and big hills, and you can't go very fast on the roads. We went through more tunnels than Switzerland! There were some pretty views - I attempted to take ...