How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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... Where do you live, don't you have spiders?
Austria, she says, we don't have spiders in the house.
Basil says so in Austria spiders know not to come indoors, this is Croatia!
Now it got funnier.
I was packing up and he took a liking to one of my badges on my jacket. I mentioned I'd been in the army, and also I'd like to have a photo of him and the hotel. Suddenly I'm the guest of honour.
Oh the English are so ...
... their traditional filo pastry filled with cheese slices - tasted better in Archer Drive! we also checked out the adjacent market - lots of fruit and veg under the umbrella's. Off to purchase our tickets for the city bus tour and departed at 12noon from near the Cathedral. The bus, with commentary took us to the main sights in the city - about an hour all up. Was good and then deposited us back at the ...
... animal of all time and I am slightly obsessed with them. However, after searching for ages I still couldn't find them so decided to ask someone where they were. It turns out that they are currently conducting building work and the only enclosure in the whole zoo you can no longer get to is the tapirs - just my typical luck! This made me so incredibly sad as I'd ...
... s talking again about the big church thingy- 'KATHEDRAL' built 1217. Damaged by the tatars. Writing inside is the glagolitic alphabet. In the 90s this area was bombed. 'Havala' is thankyou in croation. 1 euro = 7 kuna. No euro accepted here. St Mark's church is the colourful one with crests in tiles on the roof. The weasel depicted at the bottom is called a Martin. This animal is on the local currency called Kuna. 1841 was the last renovation of the ...
... time visiting the market, which was teeming with activity and vendors. She walked up to Gradec to look at the Croatian Parliament Buildings and view the oldest pharmacy in Croatia opened in 1399 by Nicolo Aligheri (grandson of Dante Alighieri). His house is around the corner.
Our apartment host, Ivica, kindly drove us to the train station, which was fabulous! We arrived with time to spare, enablling us to pick up lunch and wait for the train. Off to ...