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... the famous citizens of Zagreb are located there, and she did share a bit about the culture, so it had a purpose, but it still felt a tad weird to be doing a cemetery tour.Next, we headed to the old town, where we saw a bunch of churches, a market, and some pretty side streets. We learned about the two halfs of old Zagreb, and the fights that ensued between them. The guide showed us where the Museum of Broken Relationships was and recommended that we see it if we get back ...
... mountains in Croatia and they had to be able to see over them to see where their enemies were.
We went into Zagreb this morning to have a look round, having read the internet suggestions of the top 10 things to do. The cathedral was number one and that was big but in no way spectacular, a lake out of town was number 2 but the trams do not go that far and a hill somewhere was number 3. So we did the town in a matter of minutes but were delighted to find ...
... familiar to us. There were also some pretty rough looking communist era apartment blocks, but the biggest thing to hit us smack in the eye was all the graffiti - every building had it - apparently there is little or no crime in Zagreb (quite surprising really) and as there is not a huge police presence on the streets and so with a fine of about $20 being no deterrent, the young ones spray to their hearts content!
As to be expected the city, being ...
... Castle, perched on a hill high above the town. Back in Samobor we stopped in the charming main square for coffee and tried the town's famous "samoborska kremsnita", a local custard cake.
We made a quick stop at Veliki Tabor Castle and then visited the old village of Kumrovec, an open-air museum focusing on traditional ways of live a century ago -- and birthplace of Marshal Tito, president of the former Yugoslavia.
... At £25 per night it's slightly over our budget but it has such a nice vibe to it, and the girl on the desk tonight is really friendly. I went out to the bakery just now to buy some snacks for supper and the location is excellent - really central, bars and restaurants all over the place and bizarrely, it's still warm enough for people to be sitting outside to eat and drink.
I'm happy to be in Croatia, so is Squirt, we have big smiles on our faces to go to bed ...