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Lots of walking today as we searched for bug spray and long sleeves for Caleb. We eventually met up and ended up at the museum of Broken Hearts. A very interesting place that exhibits items people from across the globe have donated along with a story of a relationship that ended. It has toured to different parts of the world at this point. Interesting stories. One of the neighbors of ...
... which is a couple of tram rides out of the city to see a bit of the countryside. Unfortunately we didn't have enough topi me to really explore once we got there, but we had a really nice walk through the lunch forest to a restaurant where we had lunch before walking back down, catching the trams back to town, picking up Anna's bags and seeing her off to the airport. I have another few hours before I also head to the airport to catch my flight to Split and the Croatian ...
... well, even though I presume it will be
sung in Czech. The other event we discovered was a Sunday 11:00 am
concert in the foyer of the theatre. Anyway I booked both as the
prices in Zagreb are really cheap.
As we booked into our flat at 2:00 pm
we only met the cleaning lady who has no English and we have no
Croatian but the flat looks good. There are a couple of hiccups, we
thought the hot water wasn't on, but ...
... around the Old Town and seeing the night life with lots of young people hanging out together at bars sharing drinks and cigarettes. We chose to hang out together and share real food at a restaurant in Old Zagreb. Steve ordered Asparagus Soup and a cheese and meat platter. Aleigh ordered French Onion Soup and a Tuna Salad (with seared fresh Tuna). Delicious!
... young American girls, first time backpackers, had such an amazing attitude towards travel, life and opportunities. They were best friends and were just happy to be traveling through Europe in each other’s company and not complaining one bit about the tough situations that backpacking brings. In fact, they were thriving in it and teaching us all lessons along the way. I can tell that they are destined for some amazing journeys and I wish them all the luck in the world.