Terme Tuhelj Hotel Well
- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... some tasty bureks (pastries filled with meat/spinach), and then visited the Museum of Broken Relationships, a quirky showcase of donated mementos from broken relationships, and the stories attached. It was fascinating but sad - lovers, parents, children; sharing their stories from all over the world. We visited the colourful St Mark's church and strolled past the tiny funicular in town, then later enjoyed an awesome typically Croatian meal with local beers and fruit ...
... their ticket, but I didn’t want to do that. Her apartment is very nice – it actually looks very Chinese, which is strange because it’s not like she had a say in the design when it was built. I begin to think that it’s not really a Chinese thing, but a non-US thing to have that particular kind of tiled floor and kitchens and bathrooms. It’s probably much easier to clean!
Xiaojie had to get ready for her class (she ...
... apartments. Food wise- the coffee is very strong but very bitter and so far I've eaten Belgium waffles and really really good Chinese chicken noodles. Tomorrow I'll actually try some local food! Tomorrow I'm going to head south to Split. I'm not entirely sure how this is going to happen yet as there are no bus/train timetables online and no one seems to have any idea. So tomorrow's aim is to get somewhere close to the border with ...
... many egs for this edition. There is free wifi in all Zagreb parks, pretty cool so we send numerous Viber texts to Jess and a few others. There is a kind of Taste of Zagreb market so I am forced to have a home made gelato. We find a very interesting modern and exclusive shopping mall full of designer labels and not much else including shoppers. One wonders how long this will last? The old town centre is packed though and this looks more promising. ...
... was mostly inland until we pulled in at Zadar for lunch. The town was gorgeous and we spent half an hour wandering around the walled centre, through the narrow alleys and around the waterfront. We were sold - deciding we both quite liked this Croatia place, already!
For the last half hour of our drive to Split, when we were treated to breath-taking views of the coastline – thin strips of white pebbles, bound on one side by the turquoise ...