Hotel Martini

Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb, 10360, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Sesvetska cesta, Sesvete, Zagreb.
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Quiet Sunday in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by loopadellas on Aug 31, 2014

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... tidbits about Zagreb. The rest of our day was filled with packing for our trip to Sarajevo tomorrow, resting, popping into the hotel casino, walking back downtown for supper in an outdoor cafe. We topped it off with delicious gelato on the way home ...

Night trains and impending rains.

A travel blog entry by waterswandering on Aug 13, 2014

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... desk and our adventurous spirit, we headed out the front door and into the wilderness of Zagreb. Blue skies, sunshine and 29 degrees welcomed us! A real shift in temperature compared to the rest of the trip so far. We headed up to the top part of town (that is where it is at apparently) and wandered around. We visited the CHURCH and made our way through the fruit markets. They are on every day and apparently are a great place for ...

Quiet day in Zagreb before our Mr Bean moment!

A travel blog entry by baxterjune14 on Jun 30, 2014

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... Gorica to meet some more cousins. Not wanting a repeat of last night, we wanted to get there by around 4:30pm. So at 4:00, with Bubba in the back we headed off. Didda had already left with Mladen, as Mladen needed to drive back to Zadar to pick up his family from their beach holiday.

We plugged the address into Google Maps and headed off. The route did not seem that ideal as we weaved our way ...

The High Horse: A Comment on Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by christinec2013 on May 18, 2014

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... impression that he was trying to get me drunker. I did tell him not to buy me anymore and that I didn't want to drink anymore. Anyway, he was getting a bit pushy and annoying. He wanted me to take my scarf off and to leave my bag and my drink where we were sitting. And I didn't really want to because I was cold and because I'd heard stories about things getting stolen in bars. So I didn't. And he got a bit ***** about that. I don't really understand why he was ...

Zagreb and Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 25, 2014

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... trying to compile a list of the most useful phrases for me traveling to a foreign country and which ones are sort of a ‘second level’ that can lead to increased proficiency without formal study. You really can’t just take all the dictionary of words and memorize their meanings and suddenly be fluent. That certainly helps, but it isn’t everything. The best way to learn is really to act like a child, and pick up phrases and ...