Hotel Bijela Ruza

Address: Trg kralja Tomislava 38, Velika Gorica, 10410, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Trg kralja Tomislava 38, Velika Gorica, is near Archaeological Museum and Andautonia Archaeological Park, Holy Mary Monument, Art Pavillion, and Medvedgrad Castle.
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Travel Blogs from Velika Gorica

Zagreb

A travel blog entry by tommy1982 on Sep 21, 2014

1 comment, 39 photos

... bar and going and getting some hearty Croatian dinner at a local restaurant. Today we headed to the weekly antiques market in the morning, which is held at a square close to our hostel. The markets were fantastic and we had a great morning wandering the stalls, I managed to pick up a soviet medal for heroism and Anna picked up a lovely wall mounted coat rack for our future house. Both very pleased with our purchases we decided to head out of the city to ...

First Impressions (subject to change...)

A travel blog entry by tashahowe on Sep 01, 2014

29 comments, 90 photos

... though, that he’s not thrilled with eight classes full of homework each night! It’s an exclusive and expensive private school so Elijah has emphasized that he’s "representin’ the white trash of Humboldt County up at that fancy school…"

Kieran will start 7th grade at Matija Gubec School on September 8. Right now he’s roller blading and playing a lot of games (we got "Kniffel," the German version of ...

City of Zagreb

A travel blog entry by baxterjune14 on Jul 03, 2014

12 photos

... br> We met Mladen and his family, Anna-Maria, Bernard, Emmanuel and Benjamin in the city centre. The city is old and quite beautiful with its low roof line buildings and parks. Unlike Florence, all the fountains were operating, enhancing the beauty of the city.

Mladen took us around to the parliament and main cathedral at the top of the hill ...

A day of moving between locations

A travel blog entry by kvstark on Apr 23, 2014

... and no, it's not because they're Microsoft devices). So I left the hostel around 5:40, which was a LITTLE later than I intended. I made it to the Metro station and realized - oh yah! It's a lot of stops between here and Charles de Gaulle (where I was headed). So it took about 20 minutes to get there, and then I transferred to the 1 line to get to Porte Maillot where the bus to Beauvais picks up. I intended to get the 6:10 bus, but ended up ...

A great surprise and charming city

A travel blog entry by roamingrob on Nov 27, 2013

15 photos

... of the object. Among them were: an axe, used by an enraged woman not for violence but to reduce to kindling every piece of furniture owned and to be collected by her partner, who’d left her during a two-week holiday; a severely battered gnome that was hurled to the ground by a woman’s husband on the day that their divorce papers were finalised. The website is brokenships.com if you’d like to look it up for a better idea of what the museum is about. ...