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... our first stop on route, at a park called Momento Park, with statues of the most influential people in the history of Commonism in the city/country. After a quick 10 minutes here, we got back on the coach, and headed for our second stop of the trip - Lake Balaton, which is central Europe's largest fresh water lake, and is a popular holiday resort for Hungarians, as Hungary is a landlocked country, the lake acts almost as their coast. It was so beautiful ...
... the neighbors all over the world.
On the way back, we drove through a town called Karlovac, a kind of ugly mid-size town. I had seen a statue of Nikola Tesla in Zagreb earlier and was curious, because I didn't know if he was from there. I wiki'd him and sure enough, he's from what is now Croatia (then, the AustroHungarian empire. And he went to high school in Karlovac. So, there ya go.
... smelt like ****. I walked up the dripping broken staircase and into the apartment (not a complex)...the wifi was broken, the air conditioner was broken, no mattress on bed, curtains broken, mosquitos everywhere, no toilet paper, no flat screen tv etc. I was getting really upset that I'd have to sleep here so I put my big girl pants on and headed back to the 'reception area', walked past the prostitute and told her its ******** and not what I paid for & she said 'I know ...
... we could call, at far less cost than we were now preparing for! On top of that, we decided to spring for an automatic car, as I was feeling apprehensive about driving for the first time outside of Canada in a standard. We also sprung for a GPS, which as it turns out was a brilliant idea - we might never have gotten out of Zagreb without it!
Our GPS is named Kate. Kate is a bit off but essentially knows her stuff. She couldn't find ...
... It powerfully erodes the rock and forms a semicircular
amphitheater, which is an impressive audiovisual experience and makes it
one of the most visited falls.The fundamental phenomenon of the
Plitvice Lakes is sedra or travertine. Running through rocks, karst