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... trying to get processed. They had set up a mini-fair with port-a-potties, tents, and food vendors. It was much more controlled than what I had seen on the news, but it was still a bit of a thrill to see “the news” in real life.
The rest of the bus ride wasn't particularly noteworthy, and nor was the walk to the hotel or dinner. We had arrived much later than planned due to the train drama, so we just went to ...
... the best people!
Without taking a breath he says ah but the Italians, mafia, all don corleone, just as an Italian lady walks out, tuts, shrugs, it was hard to explain how I stopped crying.
He says to the Italian husband in the car, English no, he's Mel Gibsons brother!
As the Italian pulls away he mutters, yeah and I'm Don Corleone's nephew, see you soon.
You had to be there, but that was soooooo funny.
... 2 thanks to their goalie! Nice young blokes even though they had shaved half of each other's heads. We found a shop that sells the traditional umbrellas and rain jackets. Annette was tempted to purchase a jacket, even put one on with the assistance of the mauling shopkeeper, but resisted the temptation with a little assistance from moi. We made our way to a bakery that we have spotted last night and tried ...
... and discovering it was actually more like a Boots in the UK, and awkwardly making a swift exit (ater checking the upstairs level and finding just makeup and dog food...).
I decided to head back to the hostel to find out where I could find one, where they kindly explained how to get there. After a wrong turn and having to do the embarrasing "I've gone the wrong way, quick turn around and avoid all eye contact ...
... for alll Zagreb citizens to sit in a cafe at least twice a day. I don't know how many cafes there are around the city but the number of chairs must number at least the same as the population - plus more for tourists. The shops are a a real mix of international chains and local outlets, many of which reminded me strongly of the ones I'd been in when I travelled around other parts of Eastern Europe in 1991, when communist institutions had only just started to be dismantled. ...