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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 …
... was covered in flowers and candles, it was quite beautiful. After all these shena****ns, ( about 6 hours of walking), we were starving, so we had dinner at Rocket Burger, where we savoured delicious cheeseburgers and onion rings. I’m pretty sure it was one of the best burgers I’ve ever had. If you’re in Zagreb and you aren’t a vegetarian, go there immediately.
The next day we went to Pltvice Lakes. We awoke at 6am to and took a 3 hour bus ride ...
... fellow which toppings we wanted but he didn't seem to know the word 'mustard'. We now know that mustard in Croatian is 'senf'. I'm not sure how useful this word will be going forward.
The apartment is nice and the owner is very friendly. The light switches are large and square. We have to go down a long staircase to reach the city center.
More news to come tomorrow! ...
... went to a interesting site called 'The museum of broken relationships' which had momentous of break ups and the story behind them some funny and some sad. The hostel was nice in a good location (just of the town square) with good staff that helped us with some ideas for the rest of Croatia. By this time we have had enough of architecture, culture and walking and we were ready for the ...
Zagreb is the kind of city that doesn't really have a lot to do. It is nice, and I can't think of anything really wrong with it, but I also can't think of anything really wonderful to say about it either. It is just nice.
I arrived late at night into Zagreb and basically just ate dinner and went to bed. The hostel and the streets were pretty quiet, so I don't feel that I missed anything interesting.
Unfortunately, there is no free walking tour in Zagreb. ...