Best Western Hotel Stella
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We got off to a really bad start with Zagreb. The transit system there is horrendous, there are no maps and no information to be found regarding the trams. We followed the directions given to us by the hostel, but we got on the train going in the wrong direction and ended up stranded in the rain at 11pm in the middle of nowhere. An awesome local tour guide happened to walk past us and gave us directions to the hostel. It turns out, the trains are marked from where they are ...
... the 2 options even mean. Anyways Nathan luckily hit option 2 and so after waiting 2 hours for his turn to go up, he successfully got us 2 ticket reservations... Sadly tho there were people who after waiting 2 hours with the Option 1 ticket, got up to the couter, were given "information" and told that they would have to go back and hit option 2 and wait another 2 hours to see the ticket lady.
So thankfully 3 hours later, (it was pitch black out), Nathan returns ...
... in the dark, no seat belt, with an open beer!) Policeman - goes back to the car and his colleague is still seeing to the other car pulled in front who are now in a massive argument We... Stayed in the car and waited for it to die out and for them to leave before nick approached the policeman again Policeman - waves his arm down, slow, slow, shakes nicks hand and wishes him well... Wtf?! Lucky break number 4!!! We were 24kms over (in NZ or Aus that ...
... the bus – easy as – and means we can pack up our toilet bags last.
With the seat rotation Craig and I had the back seat today – and the whole area to ourselves so were able to really spread out and of course the back window is great for taking photos.
We left Venice and headed for the border with Slovenia passing by the major city of Graz. We stopped for half an hour at an Autogrill – one as the ...
Out promptly at 10 to take the tram to the Archaeology Museum - which was very well organized with LOTS of ANCIENT exhibits, including a mummified "Etruscan" (actually Egyptian) body - whose wrappings were covered in a language no-one knew (and still mostly don't... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liber_Lint eus). Perhaps fortunately photographs were not allowed...so I have very little to show for my time in that museum - I ...