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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Continental Breakfast
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... to the hostel, which is on a pedestrian promenade within walking distance of everything. When I checked in at reception I found out that another girl from my tour was already here as well, so I tried to find her, and we proceeded to play 'tag' for the rest of the evening as we seemed to be doing the exact same things, only about 20 min apart. I decided to go out and see some of the sights, and it felt quite comfortable so I kept on my long pants and longer ...
... extremely hot weather and then the freezing A/C. I didn't catch the cold till then end so I enjoyed the time I had. After going down for pasta we went out for drinks and we wandered the empty streets from bar to bar and finished at an amazing sandwich shop called penguin with way too many jalapeņos in my sandwich. If you know anything about me. Me and spicy food do not get along. We returned to the hostel and the ...
... looking forward to seeing them. I did get a slight glance of one through a gate though and, on the plus side, a very kind zookeeper took a photo of a male called Roby for me. Apparently he is a bit of a celebrity as he can predict the results of football games! The tapirs aside, I think my favourite enclosures were the zebras as there was an adorable foal (who I named ...
Our itinerary had meant that we had only set aside a day and a half for sightseeing in Zagreb and this turned out to work out very much in our favour. Although one could argue this would be somewhat limiting, we quite happily managed to see all the sights the city had to offer in a relaxing day, a far cry from our jam packed sightseeing endeavours in Berlin and Prague. Our first priority was breakfast and we merrily set off to find somewhere to have a seat outside, maybe with ...
... 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 ...