Hotel Nas Dom
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So we do exactly that. Get on the train, find our seats, and fall asleep!
A lady sitting next to us is standing over me with her things telling me, in broken english, that we must "get of train", "train no go"!! I wake Nathan up and tell him that the lady beside us told us to get off the train... she looks trustworthy and all the locals seem to be getting off.. the weird thing is that its only been 1 hour since we ...
... colours ans wonderful smell. If you are in Zagreb you should not miss it!But be sure to go early in the morning as by noon thy start removing all . ] Dolac Market is where all the locals buy fresh products for their meals and it ...
... oboe, bassoon. Clarinet, saxophone and bass saxophone . The requirement for most of these events is that they
should include at least one Croatian piece. The venue of the opera
house foyer with golden cherubs and amazons gazing down from the
cornices, is suitably grand for the occasion.
The second musical event for the day
was a free organ recital in the cathedral. There is a magnificent
organ here and it ...
... Walk - no, bus - no! Funicular Railway - Yes. Nice, easy, quick and cheap.
We then walked back to hotel ( after getting the Funicular) and saw lots of bars and cafés but nothing that was tempting to go back to for tea. We decided to have Dinner in the Bistro. This was a good choice - we shared an entree of Foie Gras with Peaches and Mango Chutney.
The waitress served it to us with a plate each - yum.
Mains Susan's had the Baked ...
... happy because at least at this border crossing you got stamps. In so much of Europe these days there don’t even appear to be borders as you cruise between various countries. This stop however made us realise how lucky we are that these days you don’t have to stop at every border like this. Must have been at least an hour before we were moving again.
About an hour later the train pulled into Central Zagreb station. We put our bags on ...