Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
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... oh-so-matching the bike.
But he needed a mountain to nail
And so Sljeme became Holy Grail.
But the coolest of all
Was the news that followed
He'd be joined by one cocky female!
Quite a fighter, that lady called Eve.
Her bravery you'd never believe!
She tried a road bike
For the very first time
During clearly his bestest Home Leave.
... The work these agencies are doing is incredible!! Underlying all of the work is the clear passion of the agency workers. Just as in the US, social service workers do not make much money. Croatia is also in an interesting phase after joining the EU. Previously, agencies like UNICEF could receive aid from the EU for reconstruction projects. Now, as a member of the EU, they do not qualify for the same pool of ...
... every day at noon commemorating an event from Zagreb's history.According to legend, a cannon was fired at noon one day at the Turks camped across the Sava River. On its way across the river, the cannonball happened to hit a rooster. The rooster was blown to bits and, the story goes, that's why the Turks became so demoralised they failed to attack the city. A less fanciful explanation is that the cannon shot allows churches to synchronise their ...
... car up at 6 but when we called the owner he said he might be late and to wait for his call. All I need to say here is... Good old Croatian time.
We finally picked the car up at 11pm and were on our way to Zadar.
Paul and I drove most of the way as marc was pretty exhausted. We somehow managed to exit the main highway and take the second main road instead, which resulted in us driving right past the place where ...
... delays and we were on our way to Barcelona! We touched down in Barca after about 25 hours transiting and 4 countries later to 30+ weather. This was a welcome break after some brisk morning and nights through Africa and is something that would become the norm over the coming 2 weeks. It didn't take long to get some tapas and Estrella Damm into the guts (we were at one bar where I swear the bar man was Viggo Mortensen working undercover) before we faded ...