Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
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tedious after a while.
On the way home from the organ recital
we past a stage with national dancers performing. We stayed till
quite late as we could not tear ourselves away. There were a wide
range of dance troupes and groups from the local dance clubs and
schools doing everything from hip hop to folk. There were several
brackets of various Celtic dances and lots of far Eastern Europe and
... Museum to see all the stuff that was rescued and restored from the 16th Century ship that sank off Gnalić in 1583: http://www.zagreb-touristinfo.hr/?id=15 9&solo=1263&l=e Some amazing things were recovered - including a bolt of silk and two linen shirts that were actually restored - one shirt is hanging in the exhibit, and part of the silk bolt is displayed...but no photos allowed :-(
After that I walked and walked and walked all over the Upper ...
... early, I found upon re-checking the train schedule that I could get a train to arrive in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, around midnight. I booked my hostel there, caught the train and spent some of the journey chatting to a Slovenian woman, who gave me a lift right to my hostel. While travelling I’ve been very touched by the kindness of strangers, especially when they find out I’m travelling alone - though it’s not as if I’m hitchhiking or ...
... went to the Botanical Gardens. Karen and I also had a wander around the shops. Zagreb sadly is another place I didn't really take to. Again, I'm not sure why - the architecture was generally impressive, I've been to bigger cities and liked them. But a number of the group didn't like Zagreb. Dinner that night was good though, a group dinner at a restaurant that Louise has been to before. So, Zagreb isn't all bad.
... train dripping in sweat only to find that the train wasn't air conditioned. It was a dingy old train with cabins and only a narrow window up the top for air. Needless to say we were shocked. It was hotter inside the train than outside, with the sun shining directly onto the seats. We discovered as we went to find our seats that Tahlia and I were seated separately (great 6 hours in this heat with no friend I thought) but a nice girl changed with us so that we could sit ...