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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Laguna Zagreb
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... bit like old ladies at supermarket checkouts who appear to have no idea that they might need their purse to pay until several minutes after they have packed their groceries.
Boring, boring, boring, 400 kms of boring and were we really going to just another city? We both felt we were done with cities but we had pre booked one night in Zargreb before returning to Austria. We would just have to make the best of it. ...
... and what to do. Oh and it was plus thirty five, Dianne's favourite temperature. Luckily we had grabbed a map from the bus station and we took the tram to the train station to find an air conditioned refuge: McDonalds. Once we had cooled down and used their wifi we took a stroll in the nearby botanical gardens. They were beautiful and very well laid out. There was even a fountain with lily pads and frogs. By this point it ...
After a very long 6 hour train from Budapest Sunday evening and being scared to death by the Croatian police at border control we finally made it to Zagreb at 1am (ZZzzz.) We didn't really know what there was to do in Zagreb so the plan was to just have a wonder round and have a more relaxing day. Of corse it being our luck the one day we visit Zagreb is a national Croatian holiday so most shops were shut and it ...
We arrived in Zagreb, Croatia. By the time we made it to our hotel, I had been up for 27 hours (with a few pod naps along the way). Zagreb is a typical European city, but it is also very green and lush. When you fly in, you see forests and red roofs. It is inland, so ...
... so we took croatia airlines bus and went to the
central bus station to get the tram that would take us to the
It was late so that night we decided to stay in the hotel and take rest.