Best Western Hotel Stella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... all of the ingredients for us! We had a lazy feast that night. The next day we did a whirlwind, self-guided tour of the most important things in the city. The hostel girl (a different one this time, but just as sweet and helpful!) told us there are "dudes on horses" in all of the important squares and where to find the "most important dude", as well as "dude on a bench". We took the shortest tram line (in the world?) to get to the Museum ...
... bar for
Being at a loss for a couple of hours
in the afternoon we went on to the Mimara gallery. This is a large
collection by a private collector. Enormous array of material,
ancient Greek, medieval religious, French impressionist, Islamic
glassware, Chinese vases. Hunting horns. A few interesting pieces
but I probably wouldn't have bothered if I had the time again.
Alison cooked up a pasta ...
... all spoke English (as has pretty much everyone I’ve encountered here) which is really, REALLY convenient. I got a little box and shipped home a lot of my maps and brochures that I’d been saving, as well as my mantilla and a t-shirt, and a bunch of Kinder Bueno for Helen and Rachel. Hopefully the chocolate doesn’t melt too much. They said it would take three weeks to reach its destination, which is a REALLY long time, but I guess it ...
We made it!!! 24 hours with layovers in Chicago, New York JFK, London-Heathrow...and we arrived in Zagreb Croatia at about noon Sunday March 30, 2014. Actually we had very good flights and no delays or weather problems. Shocking with the weather we have come accustomed to in Iowa over this past winter. Yes the winter that would never end! And the winter that sent us planning and packing for a much needed get-away to our favorite country and beyond. Sunshine and blue skies greeted ...
... get one last look.
After a quick lunch we were off to the train station. We had a direct two and a half hour train ride to Croatia. At the border the guards were really scary. They kicked a family off the train for not having the right documents. I felt kind of bad for the family because they were confused and now they were stuck at the border. The guards came through and stamped us out of the European Union and then another set came through and stamped us into Croatia. ...