Intacta Apartmani Centar

Address: Vlaska 64, Zagreb, 10000, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Zagreb

Koprivnica - Zagreb

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on Jun 29, 2015

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... fabric shops - only one piece of fabric purchased. I am still on the lookout for a cable tie to secure the handlebar attachment for the pannier - the one that was damaged in Bratislava. The ribs are a still a little tender, but she no complain. No luck with a cable tie as yet.

There was fruit and veg along with lots of potted flowering plants, most of which we recognized. The stall holders were friendly nod we had a great chat to a Croatian at ...

Hippie trail part 3: Night to bosnia

A travel blog entry by 3pairsofpants on Jun 01, 2015

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... out to be the border check. Everybody stepping out of their vehicles to be checked and maybe bribed. You have to walk up to a window where a man and his stamp await, straighten up don't smile to much and be polite, a long silence as he looks back and forth between your face and your passport...ok he says, win I'm in. Asking him to stamp my passport gets a roll of his eyes but it's a travelling must. Continuing on ...

More Romans, more roaming and back in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 12, 2014

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... It was drizzling in Zagreb but still warm, and after buying bus tickets to Plitvice for tomorrow morning and drinking two delicious vending machine hot chocolates each, walked the half hour to Hostel Chameleon to be reacquainted with the Yellow Room as the quieter Red Room had been booked. I was really pleased to discover that the hostel offers a laundry service which means you hand in your laundry and get it back ...

No Food For Two Weeks!

A travel blog entry by marybc on Oct 04, 2014

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... harnessed the force of water to power mills. That's not really unique. What is strange is that the town has managed to build itself up, over, around and through the rivers. Travertine is constantly being built up which means the water courses are always changing. Somehow the old stone houses have held their ground for hundreds of years. Talk about waterfront property! The detour we took hugged the border of Bosnia Herzagovenia for about 10 kilometres. You ...

Zagreb, a city of museums

A travel blog entry by larissajcroom on Sep 08, 2014

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... to join the walking tour as I felt that 10Euros was a bit steep when typically I preferred tipping on a free walking tour.

Throughout my trip I had met several people who, much to my confusion, were recommending 'The Museum of Broken Relationships'. As per the name on the box, the museum has collected all manner of objects and letters along with words or novels describing the relationship and the relevance of the object from individuals all ...

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