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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a large port city on the way where we'd transfer. We were the first ones there and there were two buses waiting. We stood by them and waited for the driver to open the luggage compartment underneath. Then, the first bus pulled away! The driver never came out like ALL other drivers in all other countries. Yep, that was our bus.
We had to wait until 7 am for the office to open and also the only other bus leaving in that direction was ...
... flushes over your helmet and down the front, eventually dripping down into your chest. Once you are wet all over you are at the mercy of the ice cold wind as you speed along. After this, your hands begin to go numb, making accelerating a clunky barely controlled action. Once your feet lose all feeling, you have to heave your leg upwards in order to pull the gear shift up. In time, the numbness turns to burning, and finally aching pain. Your body shudders ...
... 694,000 people(2012) It is located on the Sava river about 25 km from the border with Slovenia. It is the country's leading industrial city, this includes engineering, metal, textile, food and electrical, electronic, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. There is also a university founded in 1669, colleges and scientific institutions, museums and national theatre. We check into Hotel Laguna which is 2-3 km ...
... was only a 10 minute walk from the largest waterfall in Croatia so we put on our running shoes and made our way down. The walk there felt like I was walking through Gatineau park...it was a very strange feeling. The falls were beautiful and we got there right in time.
Back at the resort, we sat on the beautiful patio and enjoyed a cold beer and glass of Prosecco. The resort had a lot of games set up outdoors for the guest - lawn bowling, ping pong, obstacle course and a zoo ...
We arrived in Zagreb on May Day. We had missed the parade but the whole town ( less than 1 million) were at the park for the festivities. We joined in and had a nice time wandering the truely lovely park. I just prefer parks that are a little 'wild' rather than manicured to within an inch of their life.
Next day we visited all the 'old stuff'. One interesting museum was the Museum of ...