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Its seems Travepod was down for maintenance for a it so here is a recap of the past few days.
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 …
... No matter, it's the travelling and the experience rather than an exercise in efficiency, and we'll enjoy it this way just as much!
We found our train, which at four coaches was much shorter than I'd expected, and was a hotchpotch of different designs of coaches. Happily ours was easily the best of the second class coaches, split into compartments each with a glass door and huge comfy seats to sprawl in.
Squirt amused herself with ...
... a wooden statues of the Saint Peter and Paul from the 15th century and a 14th-centry Crucification by Giovanni da Udine. This cathedral also contains the tombs and votive chapels of bishops and important personalities in Croatian history, such as Peter Zrinski, Krsto Frankopan.
As you can see by the pictures attached they are renovating the steeples to this Cathedral. They had on the ground what the steeples look like now, ...
... sitting in doorways and corridoors. At this point everyone on the train was annoyed, hot and upset. Once the train started moving there was hardly any air coming through the window either. We also discovered there was no food or water on the train so all I had left was half a water bottle (a big one luckily). I remember the next 5 hours dragging on and on and on. I couldn't sleep because I was too hot, I had stripped down to my bathers top and shorts and had my towel at ...
... and colorfully painted. We headed out right away to change money and see some museums before they closed. However, that day was not a normal day in Zagreb. Police stood on every corner, the streets were closed off, fancy people filled the Sheraton and the entire museum district was off limits. This was because at midnight Croatia was going to become the 28th county in the EU and lots of politicians and important people were taking part in the ceremony in the main ...