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Flying: Definitely not my favorite mode of transportation, but I think I was lucky compared to some of my classmates who missed flights and got into Zagreb very late. As I am not always the most relaxed flyer, I debated whether or not I should …
... also a little rooftop patio off the second bedroom. Cute but no view. Ivica was very gracious, directing us to brochures and maps, pointing out where to eat and the deals that locals know about and offering to drive us to the train station on Sunday morning when we left. Really nice guy.
Given that we really had only one day to see Zagreb, the next morning we embarked on our sightseeing with a visit to Jelačić Square, in the centre of Old Zagreb. ...
We're finally in Zagreb! We fell asleep almost as soon as we arrived at the apartment and we woke up around 10:00 pm. Most restaurants close at 11:00 pm or 12:00 am so we had some trouble finding a place to eat. We decided to walk to a sandwich bar called Pingvin (Penguin in Croatian). We got lost once, but that's to be expected.
We both had a hamburger with cheese at Pingvin. We ...
... of the most beautiful mountains. Wow we really must go Austria for hiking and exploring. It looks so incredible!
The train ride was really smooth and comfortable too. We were both impressed. Bit different from the train rides I went on in India!
Now we are on the border of Slovenia and Croatia. We are stopped and the Slovenian police have just entered and checked our passports and then ...
... to have a bigger chest, so he bought her one), or random things like shoes left behind after a breakup. It was interesting to say the least.
The city is full of big parks, so over the few days that I was there, I had a number of picnics sitting in one of the parks and reading and people watching.
One day is more than enough in Zagreb. I didn't really know what to do for the second day that I was there, so I took the bus out to one of the nearby ...