Vila Tina Hotel - Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the very small airport before passing through customs and getting a bottle of Limoncello at the duty free shop to use up our Croatian currency.
Busses took us out to our plane and we got settled into a surprisingly well maintained and clean Airbus. We had been a bit apprehensive of flying with Croatian but our fears were very quickly allayed as we took off on time and had an easy 2 hour trip (getting served snacks and drinks) to Charles De ...
... nice city indeed, and I love the whole street cafe/bar scene, where even in November hundreds, probably thousands, of people are sitting outside in the street well into the night, a heater provided by the tables the only concession to the oncoming Winter months. It's just that, once you've walked round all the main streets, it's done, and it really only takes a few hours to cover. We had admired the Doric Farmers' Market and browsed some souvenir shops - Squirt bought a pen ...
... to you could walk to the airport from this 'cool' place. In spite of all the extras the rooms were clean and quiet. Taking back the car I'm one piece is always good though I'll miss the freedom. Zagreb airport is small, functional and has a lovely park proving to be a good introduction to the city. The main route to town has a number of green spaces as well. On fact Zagreb itself is a lovely city with parks, promenades and beautiful old buildings. It's small enough ...
... picking us up at his inn and his name was Vladimir. Nevertheless, it was a pretty inn located in a cute village (Skarucna) and he whipped up a pretty fantastic gourmet breakfast for us. He also let us pour large quantities of fabulous local wine out of a barrel tap, so that was a bonus. In fact, we have not had a bad glass of wine in Slovenia or Croatia. Stoked!
In the past two weeks we’ve taken care of all the details of a new life: bank ...
... were close.
Free iced tea in Zagreb - A new Peach flavoured Iced tea by Nestle. Very nice on a hot day. The freebie worked as we bought one the next day.
Fisherman for what? - This charming man was using his fork to 'FISH' plastic bottles out of the rubbish bins. We saw 3 in the short time we were having our iced tea. The other 2 people were just your traditional fossickers with a big plastic bag to put there 'loot' in to.