Best Western Hotel Stella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on the balcony area with some more beer and played Yahtzee in the sunshine to kill time. We might be a bit addicted to this game.
We had an excellent time relaxing at the hostel and the receptionist spent time chatting to us which was nice.
We walked to the train station to catch our train and got there a bit early. No reservation this time. Just winging it. The train was about 30 minutes late, but ...
... and went on walking tour with a local guide. This city is very ordinary. Dirty, lots of graffiti and 25 % unemployment. If you get the chance to come here then one night is plenty. We won't be venturing out after dark. The local currency is the krone. We took 200 krone out of atm and it cost $44 AUD. very confusing. We tipped a guy 14 krone and it turned out to 2 euro. Big ...
... up with his cousin Eva. That we did not long after 6pm. Eva is delightful and was gracious in giving up her time to two oldies. After introductions, we strolled down to on of the sidewalk cafes for a dink and a chat. Yes Robert, we did talk about you and boy have I got some ammunition on you now! Two of Eva's friends spotted her with an older man, so over they rushed to see what on earth was going on. ...
... They also, to Emma's delight, had tapiers, however, were undergoing a lot of construction work, and the only animal you couldn't get to to see were the tapiers - making her a very sad egg! A very kind zoo keeper did however take a photo of one called Robby for her, which made her a little happier!
After about 5 hours, we headed back to the hostel, to sort out postcards/washing/food/packing etc. This consisted of ...
... is the coffee! After our power snooze we went for some much needed caffeine. And when you go for coffee here it is like an event. It would be silly to take less than an hour to finish your coffee. It is more of a social time than anything and it was really nice to just sit outside and talk about life while watching the crazy amount of diverse people.
Croatia is unlike anything I have ever discovered in the States. Everyone here takes their time to do everything. It ...