Hotel Matija Gubec

V. Sipeka 31, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on V. Sipeka 31, Zagreb.
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Zagreb Day 4

A travel blog entry by debrabaker9 on Jun 16, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... young first loves, parental love and relationships that broke up after years. Some of the stories were quite funny, others very sad. We then browsed the shops with most of them having sales, the shoes are so cheap, but I kept telling myself I don't need any more shoes. It was tempting. Tomorrow head off to Sarajevo the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Surprising to me it is apparently a very hospitable country and quite beautiful, tomorrow I will see for ...

Through the Alps to Zagreg, Train-Style

A travel blog entry by reddtravels on Apr 26, 2014

5 photos

... rides the train back home to Zagreb. Steve visited with him in Croatian the whole trip and gave him a Redd Ranches hat, of course:) When we finally arrived in 900 year old Zagreb, we walked the short distance to this fancy smancy Hotel Esplanade (the exact same one that Steve's Mission President used to stay in 20 years ago), and got our 4 pieces of luggage (!) ...

Lettuce, Tomatoes and Senf

A travel blog entry by robsinplaces on Apr 10, 2014

... fellow which toppings we wanted but he didn't seem to know the word 'mustard'. We now know that mustard in Croatian is 'senf'. I'm not sure how useful this word will be going forward.

The apartment is nice and the owner is very friendly. The light switches are large and square. We have to go down a long staircase to reach the city center.

More news to come tomorrow! ...

A great surprise and charming city

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Nov 27, 2013

15 photos

... a number of pretty streets on a somewhat elongated shortcut, I made it to the much recommended Museum of Broken Relationships, one of the best museums I’ve ever visited due to its excellent content, layout and rare insight into the experience of breaking up. Essentially, the museum contains a load of random objects that have been donated because they have a significant meaning to the donor related to their experience, each one having a small placard explaining the ...


A travel blog entry by mareem on Aug 21, 2013

... off arranging our visas to Belarus. When you put it in perspective for one night we are paying 60€ Early start for a long drive to Minsk. Once again we drive through lots of villages which are so poor in comparison to the cities there always seems to be people on the side of the road selling whatever they can to survive. Today we stop in a small village for lunch at a motel, interesting choice of traditional chicken or borsch soup. Very traditional food not fancy but serves ...

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