Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Breakfast was @8:00. It was family style. Jesse had helped in the kitchen. Everything was freshly made or sliced - fried eggs, donuts, fruit. We then met Lilliana, our local village representative for our "Day in the Life" learning discovery. She was a parent of several school children (ages 6 & 10) and owned with her husband a 200 acre dairy farm in the village. We boarded the bus to travel to a vineyard covered hill overlooking the village. Here we ...
... to Zagreb on the train that was on the station. U beauty.
The English speaking guard was the conductor for the train. He helped me with my bike. A young boy from the carriage helped Annette. We were spot on about our estimation of Croatians and Croatia - it is good to be in this country. Can't imagine that occurring in Hungary!
On a bit of a milk run that will get us into Zagreb at 3:22pm. 7 mins later than our ...
... of the displays from start to finish, which given my attention span was a testament to how good it was. I see it as cathartic; I'm sure it's helped a lot of people move on with their lives. We joked afterwards that maybe one day there'd be a bed sheet sent in with the tag line "she kept stealing the covers".
The weather has finally turned sunny, which bodes well for the next two stops on the coast. Tomorrow we're hiring a car ...
... that anyone said though was when Squirt and I were walking along and Squirt asked me one of her impossible questions, to which I replied, 'I really have no idea'. An old man, passing by in the other direction, threw up his hands and exclaimed, 'Oi, oi! A Mama who doesn't know something! There is a God after all!' Tomorrow we are catching a train at 9am for the nine hour journey to Sarajevo. The train journey is supposed to be very beautiful but the train quite decrepit, ...
... atmosphere as people dine and take in the music and energy of the strip.
Zagreb's Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary can be seen far around the city, begun in the 13th century, and gradually rebuilt after it suffered serious damage in the earthquake of 1880. The cathedrals clock, as with many others in the city, stopped at exactly 7 hours and 3 minutes.
Leading back to the main square, you will pass through ...