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... people to give their item or story of their break up or ending that relationship. It was good to read those stories - to see the normalcy of the heart ache, and the pain that sin creates (I knew this already). I will say my story was kind of covered, so felt represented. Also, there was one that struck a chord on a crush that needed to end as it was not meant to be - to stay focussed on the end game and not get distracted/off path. I then went out and ...
We got up at an ungodly hour and caught the train to Milan airport, then flew from Milan to Stuttgart (Germany) and then almost straight on another flight to Zagreb in Croatia. Although it was strange to have to go via Germany, at least we got some great views from the air over the Italian alps! Arriving in Zagreb we had a stress-free check-in to our apartment - once again small but cozy, and in a great central location right near the famous Cathedral. We strolled around ...
... under the clock tower. Got it.
For those of you less familiar with couchsurfing, you basically get to stay on the couch (or occasionally extra bedroom) of someone’s house, for free, while you’re traveling around. Sometimes your host will show you around, sometimes you can just have it be a place to sleep. I’ve heard stories where people just get a key to the apartment and then their host goes and stays somewhere else, so they ...
well after a highly successful train journey I arrived in Zagreb! they even through in a few home comforts, a replacement bus service while they carried out 'essential track maintenance.' sounds familiar... I got a taxi to the hostel even though I knew it wasn't too far to walk, but as it was dark I didn't want to risk walking. shortly after getting in the taxi the drive told me that Zagreb was a very safe city, and that I could walk around even now and I wouldn't have any ...
... and planning. We had to take a train from Pecs for about 3 hours to a TINY border town. Not only was it dark and we weren't able to see signs, but the trained only stopped for 1 minute at each stop so you needed to know where to jump off. We kept our eyes open and managed to see this small border town and got off. While waiting the 1 hour 30 minutes for our next train we met a super cool middle aged guy from New York travelling by himself. We hung out with him and had a beer ...
Other places to stay in Selce
Emila Antica 78, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $148
Setaliste Ivana Jelicia 14, Selce | 4 star hotelfrom $82
Mihovila Jelicica 14, Selce | 2 star hotelfrom $76
Emila Antica 24 , Selce | Hotelfrom $29
Ivana Jelicica 37, Selce | 1 star hotelfrom $62