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Remetinecka Cesta 106, Zagreb, 10020, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Zagreb- AKA "little Vienna"

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... Turns out you buy a ticket from a newspaper stand and then take a 50/50 guess at which direction you want to travel in- there are no guides! Suddenly the seemingly impressive network of blue soviet era trams was not looking so good! Luckily I guessed right and was soon at the hostel. I dumped my backpack, grabbed a map, chatted to some people and headed out. Zagreb is actually a very small, compact capital city, only 800,000 ...

The Browns v. Beatles

A travel blog entry by dcdave100


... but I was in the mood to catch the Browns or any game to be honest so that I could catch the scores.

So I headed out into the dark on mission to find American Football and if possible the Browns game (a tall order on both accounts). Now after bumming around the city for a day I had a hunch that if I wanted to catch the Browns I needed to head up to Ivana Tkalcica Street and after reading a few tourist books on "Places" to go ...

Pictures and Words

A travel blog entry by writemich


... together and times when I'm alone, when I write in my head. I am writing in my mind all the time about the things I see and the way I fall in love with them, and the ways in which they change me or remind me who I am or who I was or who I intend to be (oh, intentions). And then, rather than scramble for a pen and paper, I linger with the moment, and then I let it pass, because ...

Plitvice Lakes and National Park, CROATIA

A travel blog entry by writeofpassage


... to get the van off the road (it was parked kind of awkwardly off the side of the highway). I went up the road a bit to signal the cars to slow down while another lady signalled people to go around the van. The boys pushed the van from behind while another girl steered it off the side of the road and into the info centre car-park. It was a good hour or two before Michovil showed up. We then walked down the road to a small pub to get a drink and waited for the mechanic to ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... s most prominent citizens. Some of the most famous residents are former Presidents, Prime Ministers and high ranking army personnel, but the most visited site is the grave of NBA and New Jersey Nets basketball star Dražen Petrović, who died in a car crash at the prime of his career.

Walking with the dead, combined with all the other general walking that we had done, had left us a bit peckish, so we joined the other hungry Croats in the Dolac ...

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of Zagreb, is near Jelacic Square (Trg bana), Zagreb Botanical Gardens, Ban Josip Jelacic Monument, and Recreational Sports Center Jarun.
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