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... I made a purchase of a tie .with the original written Croatian language on it, like we had seen in the cathedral. I pulled out my credit card, but he said discount for cash, and he pulled out a piece of paper to show how much, so we paid cash. On our way to the museums we looked at the other side of the statue of St. George, walked through the chapel in the gate and walked uphill to St. Michael's Square. We stopped along one street at a cafe. Jean needed a ...
... a hair dryer. After about 1.5 hours we arrived Dobova a town close to the Slovenian-Croatian border. Here the police checked for any unwanted passengers under the train by poking a metal stick in the undercarriage. Nobody came crawling out though. After a while border control came to check our passports. And they were scary looking. And when we thought we were all done, the next wave of inspectors came. 'Just double checking' was the answer when somebody asked why. Makes sense ...
Lots of walking today as we searched for bug spray and long sleeves for Caleb. We eventually met up and ended up at the museum of Broken Hearts. A very interesting place that exhibits items people from across the globe have donated along with a story of a relationship that ended. It has toured to different parts of the world at this point. Interesting stories. One of the neighbors of ...
... walking past the imposing state archives that look like a super villains lair with its evil looking owls perched on each corner, we headed to the technical museum simply because Anna loves bees and it has a exhibit of bee keeping, including working hives that are see through. The museum was actually quite good, a bit like a more grown up questicon and had some pretty great exhibits on tesla (who was born in Croatia), great old machines and, of course, the ...
We arrived in Zagreb, Croatia. By the time we made it to our hotel, I had been up for 27 hours (with a few pod naps along the way). Zagreb is a typical European city, but it is also very green and lush. When you fly in, you see forests and red roofs. It is inland, so ...