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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... tour of the city we went in search of food. As in many cities in Europe there is one area with lots of bars and restaurants all together. We struck gold at the Bulldog, great food, good service and they had Laphroaig! And like everywhere here the waiter spoke good English and they had free WiFi. The menu was also in English, not the comedy English we have seen on Austrian menus, but beautifully correct use of the ...
... at gas stations, and that is where I found mine in the first town after the border, called Trzic. The guy who sold me the sticker for my windshield gave me directions on getting to the motorway to Zagreb, and it all went smoothly. I decided to drive the long haul (a few hours) first to Zagreb, and then wend my way back to Ljubljana enroute back to Austria. When I entered Croatia, I paid the toll at a toll booth in Euros and got ...
... 5th currency we've hand to handle within a month it gets very confusing but we were glad it was so cheap here to say the least! I really enjoyed Zagreb it was nice seeing a smaller, quieter capital city that wasn't packed full of people. I wouldn't say Zagreb is a 'must see' city but is was certainly nice to visit and convenient to stay at if your planning on visiting Plitvice lakes as its only a 2 hour bus ride ...
... of personal pride) to get the software working on my tablet. Now my luggage is three flash drives heavier than when I arrived yesterday but the peace of mind is tremendous.
Although those who say that sleeping on a train is like being rocked softly to bed by the clickety-clack of the tracks are delirious! More like constant plane turbulence with a blue night light above the bed that doesn’t turn off. It seemed that just as we-d drift off to sleep, the train would stop at another station with all the creaks and moans and whistles you’d expect. "Ok ok I’m awake!" Shuffling down ...