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Arrived 24 hours late due to fog at Cardiff and Heathrow! Beautiful olde worked, art nuvo (?) hotel in central Zagreb. Eat at Boban restaurant - amazing steaks, gnocchi, traditional Croatian food. Also Vinodol for pork loin and amazing veal dishes. Try Fotic restaurant - amazing location in old photographic shop and lovely menu - very reasonable. …
Well getting to Zagreb was sure the adventure...
It started in Budapest, the night before we left for Zagreb. We looked up our train route and we were happy to find a direct train from Budapest to Zagreb. That seemed perfect, the only thing was the train required a reservation which is normal and not a big deal. So we go online and try to reserve our train but it says that its all booked up. Oh well, this has happened before and we know that if you go to the ...
... registration number, school orientations for the kids, finding yoga studios, searching for toilet paper that doesn’t tear the ass out of you…you know, the basics.
I speak a rudimentary level of Croatian which has been helpful at times. We find that most young people speak at least some English; plus, gesturing profusely with embarrassing arm movements and facial expressions helps with the older folks.
The first 4 days in Zagreb ...
... t cover much physical ground but was, as always, very informative and we see all of the important stuff. I learned that Slovenia was never an autonomous state until 1991 but that Slovenian as a language has existed for about a thousand and Slovenians identify with each other largely through language. In the main square in the old town is a statue of a poet, rather than a conqueror or military officer, because of the importance of the ...
... and there’s a HUGE organ in the back too. I bet hearing mass there would be very nice, especially if the organ is played.
After seeing the Cathedral I wandered down to the main market, which is just above the main square. There’s a ton of people selling all kinds of fruits and vegetables. It’s like a farmer’s market, but bigger and without almost any of the ‘extra’ stuff – it was almost exclusively fruits ...