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... news to us, but fortunately only government offices etc were shut and shops, cafes, restaurants and shops remained open. The only hassle to us was the crowds of extra people the holiday provided.
Ardelle weaved his way through the mad Parisian traffic and screeched to a halt in front of the very typically French hotel and triple parked while getting our cases out - people honking wildly at him to which he simply said "pooh they all make such a noise - ...
... notebook - and there were still three hours until dark, so we hopped on a very crowded tram to Maksimir Park in the north east of the city. Once there, we found ourselves outside Zagreb Zoo, and as it was only £5 for two tickets, we decided to spend the afternoon there. It was surprisingly good - I had read about the miserable lion in his miserable lion enclosure, but since then they have built a brand new one, and three young lions, which is very nice; they have a two-storey ...
... get you head around in a couple of days. The apartment we rented is in an old building within 5 minutes walk of the main square. If you arrive by train you will immediately be struck by the open plaza and lovely flower filled parks that you follow up towards the old centre of town. The spires of the cathedral tower above everything offering an easy way to keep from getting lost. Numerous art galleries and museums tell their stories both new and old. They ...
... registration number, school orientations for the kids, finding yoga studios, searching for toilet paper that doesn’t tear the ass out of you…you know, the basics.
I speak a rudimentary level of Croatian which has been helpful at times. We find that most young people speak at least some English; plus, gesturing profusely with embarrassing arm movements and facial expressions helps with the older folks.
The first 4 days in Zagreb ...
... long but it was a nice hall to walk down.
Cafe / Bar in Zagreb - Even with building renovations the drinks must still be served. Not sure if OSH would approve.
Walking Ladder - Now this OSH would NOT approve - a walking ladder as the hung a new canopy outside the bistro at the hotel.
How many cafés? - There are 4 in this photo. In Zagreb by the Esplanade Hotel.
The waiters - The waiters while waiting have a smoke. ...