Hotel Korana Srakovcic
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... used in the 18th century for Sunday Mass or special occasions, selling heart magnets. We walked past the Museum of Broken Relationship & the Museum of Naive Art, she talked about both. On the old City Hall building a little further up, there is a sign on the building for Nikola Tesla, not a Croatian born, but is celebrated as one. We then entered St. Mark's Square. St. Mark's Cathedral is surrounded by political buildings. on one side, Parliment, the next is ...
... bridge and floods are very likely. 11. There aware 217 gas lanterns in Zagreb that are all lit by one guy. 12. Nobody really knows where the name Zagreb comes from. Loads of legends surrounding it. What they know is that Zagreb was created out of two separate settlements on the hills. 13. The sun and 9 planets are dotted around the vicinity of the city. Check out the size of the earth in my pictures. By the way I won the invisible t-shirt by guessing the approximate size of it. ...
... Garmin had taken them on the old road. The old road had been all but abandoned, left to the sheep and wild things. It also passed through areas that still bore the scars of the 1990's war, including a minefield at the side of the road. Eventually the car pulled in beside me and by comparing routes we could see what happened. Moral is if you travelling in Bosnia and using a Garmin Sat Nav don't trust the maps. This was not the only error we ...
... beds and a refreshing fountain.
We were so amazed that we decided to see it by night also! and what a surprise at night the fountain changes colours it becomes red, blue, green it looks so beautiful.If we had more time definilty we would have gone some more times for fresh air. ...
associated square. The cathedral and back to trg bena Jelacica.
Quite interesting to gain some insights from a local. The young
guide was apparently trained as a journalist but the unemployment
rate is very high. Perhaps 50% for younger people.
After lunch, back at our flat we
retraced much of the tour route to take some photos and see the bits
where we would have liked to stay longer.
We also stopped past the main ...