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Today we finally get to see the city of Zagreb on our last day.
We headed of into the city in the hire car, as it needed to be dropped back in the centre. The final journey and Gav managed to go 10 days without too many dramas and no accidents. Handing the keys over was double edged - good to get rid of the worry but the freedom it bought was ...
Left Budapest at 0830 and stopped at Tihany for tour of basilica and lunch. This little village is delightful and sits on Balaton Lake, known as the Hungarian Sea. This lake is massive kilometres wide and long. The area is known for its lavender and we passed fields of lavender as we approached the Croatian border. Dinner with four others from the ...
... into room 513. We walked a short distance to this underground mall and found a bakery where we bought Burek with cheese. Yummmmo! It is a simple flaky pastry with a truck load of soft warm cheese (similar to cream cheese and cottage cheese) in the middle. We ate in a park next to a fountain and shared our crumbs with the cute little birds. We spent the ...
well after a highly successful train journey I arrived in Zagreb! they even through in a few home comforts, a replacement bus service while they carried out 'essential track maintenance.' sounds familiar... I got a taxi to the hostel even though I knew it wasn't too far to walk, but as it was dark I didn't want to risk walking. shortly after getting in the taxi the drive told me that Zagreb was a very safe city, and that I could walk around even now and I wouldn't have any ...
... group. Not much else when you are driving 6-8 hours. We have to stop every couple of hour for Martin to have his break. Some if these breaks the toilet facilities are interesting even though there is one on the bus it rarely is used. One of the stops before Minsk is very primitive but has an impressive war monument as well as tanks and military guns. Living under a dictatorship suits the people of Belarus as its very orderly with their state run farms. Dinner in the hotel ...
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