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... on the radiators. It works.
Yesterday, we finally made it to the "upper" town. It's a different world up there. It's just a short walk uphill, or you can take the world's shortest funicular (serious). It's the old city with a beautifully tiled church. The roof tiles are mosaics. And there was NOBODY up there on a Saturday in November. After the frenzied shopping mania of the lower town and Ilica Ulica (the trendy shopping street), this ...
... the hostel with 2 reservation and we pack our bags and go to bed.
The next morning we wake up at 4:30 to make it to the metro by 5 to take the metro to the train station.
We get to the train station and our train is delayed. Happens all the time an so we find a nice spot on the floor to sit down and wait.
When our train comes, we are so excited because now all we need to do is find our reserved seats, sit down, and sleep for 6 hours until our destination.
... a lost licence) had a passenger in the back without a belt and were so lucky we'd not opened our beers.... We cautiously continued onto Zagreb - never obeyed the speed limit to such a degree before - but we knew the luck is going to run out at some point! Found a services full of campers and parked up for the night recalling our fortunes with disbelief. Campsite In good company, but the damm toilet is 0.40cents?!? Limited on change, I'll save that coin for the ...
... to rest every so often and of course the passengers need a comfort stop every so often! Martina our tour director recommended we buy a sandwich there and keep it for lunchtime as our next stop didn't have so many amenities. So we got a couple of paninis with tomato and mozzarella.
We were able to go straight through the Austrian/Slovenian border without stopping. Slovenia is a beautiful country – brightly painted houses as well ...
... up. A drawing of a golfer directly on the wall, a couple of golf balls lying on a bed exhibit, little postings stuck up underneath exhibit info.... According to the blurb on the museum web site (http://www.muo.hr/hr/aktualno/izlozbe/ slaven-tolj---citius--altius--fortius,1 050.html) the golf pieces have some social or political meaning...to Croatians, I guess... There was a very interesting exhibit of the work of ...