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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 …
... his fiancÚ, and two other gals who might be his fiancÚs in days or weeks to come. They absolutely loved us because we were healthy, wholesome Canadians - but they were also all very drunk. The following day we encountered more friendly people, and helpful ones too.
Zagreb's Old Town is busy and vibrant. Our massive (check out the photo) apartment sat right in the centre of the Old Town. As we walked the streets and climbed the steeples ...
... that we would not be rounded up and displayed ourselves, and at midday we declared it to be 'Beer O'Clock" and crossed the road to our Greek Restaurant where we were welcomed like family members. I use that term in the Continental fashion where families seem to like each other, not in the British way, where generally, families can't stand each other.
After a number of drinks and a bowl of pasta we finally made it to the train and took our reserved seats, ...
... right from the motorway was very straight forward and expedient. I managed to find a parking garage easily right under the centre area where I wanted to explore - and had a lovely dinner by the canal. I only explored right in the central area where I was, and wandered down the canal walkway for awhile to enjoy it, the vibe, and the beauty across the river to the huge castle. It was a hive of activity with locals and tourists alike. I ...
... don't get numb hands, but this kept making my trousers fall down, which isn't a good look at my age.
There was another fortuitously placed playground by the basilica walls, at the highest point of the area, so I had a ready reason for sitting down again - playgrounds are free, cafes are not - and Squirt could impress the native kids with her monkey bar skills again. It's important when you travel with a child that you make time every day for them ...