Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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... into slav languages.
When we were walking around we saw a man with a pet piglet. We also saw a tap water feature with water coming out, but it wasn't attached to a pipe.
We walked through a park which had white tents where you could buy cake and macaroons. Tom and I got an angry birds macaroon. We ran around in the park too.
Zagreb. Population: 1.1 million
Currency: HRK Kuna.
... to me, to have to double-translate everything while learning. It’s also sort of amusing because her English isn’t perfect, and some of the pronunciations by her and her students were just wrong. I guess as long as she got her point across it doesn’t really matter though. Sometimes our Chinese teachers in China would shake their heads at us when we used Chinese words with American grammar to get across a point that isn’t ...
... are no vehicles allowed and so it's just millions of little cobblestone streets winding around canals. You never pass through the same spot twice, simply because you'll never be able to find that spot again! I will share more about my time in Venice, but right now I need to go to sleep! It's been a long day and I cannot believe that we just arrived here this morning! Tonight I'm falling asleep to the sound of rain on the roof of our cabin and I have not one complaint in the world! ...
... the Green Zone (which is more less in the park district of the city that forms a large U around the City Center) of downtown Zagreb.
The botanical garden was founded in 1889 by Antun Heinz, Professor of the University of Zagreb. The garden covers an area of about 5 acres. It is home to over 10,000 plant species from around the world, including 1,800 exotics. It has large ponds for aquatic plants and turtles. Some of Slava Raškaj's ...
Varazdin - 11 degrees, rain
Zagreb - 12 degrees, overcast
Dodgy day again in Varazdin as I grab the car and head into the old town for a walk and then pick up some bread and croissants at the bakery which has become my favourite. The lady there speaks english well and has a nephew in Australia. "Perhaps you know him" she says once again indicating that many here must feel there are very few people in Australia.
We have 2 goals today, one is to go ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service