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... In our carriage we had a family of Australian- Croatians. We ere pretty exhausted at this time and not really socialites, but I overheard her talking to some other people on the train about the history of the cities we passed, some of which had marks of the war visible to our passing eyes. She talked also about her husband finding landmines near where she lived, wen he was a youngster. The hills ha some villages she could talk about, most of the journey ...
... I received a lovely little tourist booklet, in French s'il vous plait, with walking tours and things to see. I just walked during five days and enjoyed every minut of it!
I saw, again, a statue of St Georges killing the dragon,and a statue of Nikola Tesla, who, now I know, was born in Croatia. I was at the Lotrščak tower, all above the hill, and while sitting close I had a big start when suddenly, at noon, "baoum" the canon was shot! ...
... another round and lop on some sausage and potatoes while I was at it.
by now I was getting close to 7 PM which means the NFL should be kicking off soon. I struck up a conversation with the waiter and asked him that if someone was inclined to watch "American Football" where would one head to do so? He did not have an answer for me. In fact he looked a little bewildered. I might have been the first American he has waited on ...
... are as high as ours but thr platforms are only about 30cm high. This means that climbing gear is required to get into or out of a train and several times I see black clad old ladies being boosted manually by the conductor.
I sleep a fair bit owing to terrible night's sleep at yesterday' hostel in Rijeka..
Zagreb is well worth the trouble though. It has ...
... city centre there is a maze of hallways filled with markets, old stone, a stage in the middle, stores, kiosks, it's a beautiful sight. The thin hallways you would think would make us claustrophobic but the opposites happened because we were so taken aback by its liveliness. The Croatians we found to be an aggressive culture overall but definitely not as harsh as Austrians. It's inevitable the Croatians love their country. After some much needed ...