Zeleni Kut

Zvecaj 109, Zagreb, Croatia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by baxterjune14


The sleep in the Chepin house wasn’t too bad, considering, and in the morning we had breakfast across the road at Mladen's house with his family. We were waiting to meet the son, who had been working night shift at the nearby Airforce base.

We had a nice morning breakfast - the son and daughter (also at last nights supper) both spoke english, giving us a break ...

The High Horse: A Comment on Couchsurfing

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


... a nap, because Davor had planned to go out that night again. So anyway, that night was ok. We went to a bar where there was some dance music and it was cool. But I was tired, and I didn't want to drink too much, gosh I'm getting old! I can only really do one night in a row nowadays. But I found that Davor was getting quite drunk and a bit bossy, and he was saying that he really wanted to dance. So we danced a bit. And he kept buying me alcohol too, and I certainly ...

A day of moving between locations

A travel blog entry by kvstark

... one was originally from the Phillipines and the other from Hungary. We talked briefly and I told them I was going to need to be up really early the next morning and I apologized in advance for any noise/light. I went downstairs to try to write some more on my blog and figure out some stuff for Croatia, but the internet was TERRIBLE. I don't know what it was, but my connection just kept failing all over the place. This hostel in Zagreb where ...

Zagreb- AKA "little Vienna"

A travel blog entry by rednosefg


... idea. I jumped on it anyway due to a lack of other options and found myself at a bus station. The journey downtown reminded me a bit of Pyongyang- wide open roads, a lack of traffic, and dated soviet era apartment complexes. Now, for those of you like me who presumed that Croatia used the Euro, you're wrong! After a bit of a wild goose chase I finally found an exchange and then set about figuring out how the awesome tram ...

A day in Zagreb

A travel blog entry by simplyb


Day 3 After our first overnight journey we arrive at 8.40 in the morning at Zagreb station. Put our backpacks in a locker and explore the city that surprises us with its beauty - and the free wifi all over Zagreb :)) Spent one hour at Nicola parc at the fountain- including a full wash ...

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