Terme Tuhelj Hotel Well
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... clouds followed us and the view closed in. By the time we had finished lunch it was raining and the thunder was echoing round the mountains. We walked back to catch the cable car just s they stopped it from running while the storm passed. We had to wait 30 minutes before it went again and then we couldn't see the view as we descended because of the mist. From here we went to see ...
... the bus – easy as – and means we can pack up our toilet bags last.
With the seat rotation Craig and I had the back seat today – and the whole area to ourselves so were able to really spread out and of course the back window is great for taking photos.
We left Venice and headed for the border with Slovenia passing by the major city of Graz. We stopped for half an hour at an Autogrill – one as the ...
... encountered, we found ourselves in fairy tale valleys and marveled at the delightful homes, brightly painted in an array of colours with totally different styling than we have seen. Our host told us it was the Austrian and Hungarian influence of this area.
The kids are sooo excited. We are directly across from a massive water park.... the excitement is building...lol
... The work these agencies are doing is incredible!! Underlying all of the work is the clear passion of the agency workers. Just as in the US, social service workers do not make much money. Croatia is also in an interesting phase after joining the EU. Previously, agencies like UNICEF could receive aid from the EU for reconstruction projects. Now, as a member of the EU, they do not qualify for the same pool of ...
... that Zagreb gets its name from the word “Zagrabitti” which means “to scoop”. One of the Croat legend says that thirsty soldiers were going across a deserted region and the leader drove his sabre into the ground in frustration and water poured out. Fascinating. I then proceeded to Dolac markets, an outdoor fresh fruit, vegetables and fish market which was packed to the rafters, onto Zagreb Cathedral (every city seems to have a cathedral ...