Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... mountains in Croatia and they had to be able to see over them to see where their enemies were.
We went into Zagreb this morning to have a look round, having read the internet suggestions of the top 10 things to do. The cathedral was number one and that was big but in no way spectacular, a lake out of town was number 2 but the trams do not go that far and a hill somewhere was number 3. So we did the town in a matter of minutes but were delighted to find ...
... Plitvice Lakes National Park which we also visited last time. I think every tourist and schoolchild in Croatia are here, apparently they now get 10,000 visitors a day in their tourist season. It feels like it, bus after bus they pour in with their guides wave their totems high in the air and they follow like lambs. Luckily we arrived around 3pm when most of the larger groups where empting out of the park, so we did get ...
... very good from above. Churches and some cathedrals abound. At certain times, all the bells ring in unison which sends joyous sounds down the streets. It sounds wonderful.
Croatia emerged from behind the iron curtain around 1990, has seen a war or two and is clearly rebuilding its economy. Public transport seems to work well ( mainly electric trams) and there is a good vibe in the streets, perhaps even a "buzz".. Credit cards ...
... Castle, perched on a hill high above the town. Back in Samobor we stopped in the charming main square for coffee and tried the town's famous "samoborska kremsnita", a local custard cake.
We made a quick stop at Veliki Tabor Castle and then visited the old village of Kumrovec, an open-air museum focusing on traditional ways of live a century ago -- and birthplace of Marshal Tito, president of the former Yugoslavia.
... 269;ić was a 19th century Governor who extended citizen's rights and united Croats within the Hapsburg empire. In 1848 during the Hungarian uprising he sided with the Hapsburgs and helped them fight the Hungarians. The statue, erected in 1866, was removed in 1947 by the Communists fearing it could rouse nationalistic spirit. When it was returned in 1990, the statue, instead of facing north to Hungary, now faces south to Serbia.
We took the funicular up ...