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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ilica Zagreb
Gotta say fabulous fun.
Very eclectic environment, wonderful staff, and eccentric too.
The main hotel is great, my room was very small, but just what I needed.
Parking is tight, but off the road, take advantage of that.
Defo would stay again
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Now riding into Zagreb, my sat nav was lost, worked out which road I should be on, ended up only a short distance from said hotel as I stopped for a coffee, at a gas station.
Found a road near, knew mine was a one way street and hey, here I am.
The lovely girl on reception checked me in, told me where to park my bike, and was just very nice …
400 kms on a bloody motorway! How could it get any worse? How about a long queue at the border crossing, that would do it. I suppose we should be thankful that we were not driving a lorry. We rode past the 4 kms of trucks lined up and waiting. Was this part of the refugee crisis? Whatever their reason, they had a long wait ahead.
We started well, then I missed a right turn and added half an hour to our journey ...
... I left feeling none the better, but also none the worse.
My Ah Ha moment
I can't quite remember how we got on to the topic and how I ended up sharing my situation with our new couch host Nenad. But I shed my tears of pain, and he shared with me his broken love story. Again a stranger is trying his hardest to make me, a nobody in his life, feel better about myself and be happy. Why? Why can strangers be so kind? And why can someone who said He once loved me now turn ...
... for the final time at 6.30 sharp and the coach took us a short way to Gallo Restaurant in the city for our farewell dinner - and what a beautiful place it was - a long table fully laid for us and we enjoyed a scrumptious meal!
What a fantastic way to wind up this great tour and to farewell our new friends, all of us heading in different directions tomorrow morning! Our transfer to Zagreb airport leaves at 6am so an ...
... 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, ...