Hotel La' Gus
Travel Blogs from Varazdin
... as a
great horticultural garden so we went along. It certainly lives up
to the listing.
Coffee in the cafes here is quite
cheap so Alison is keen to try them all. The beer is also quite
cheap so I am tending more towards the amber fluid as the mandatory
coffee stops become more frequent.
Our next stop was the Stari Grad.
This is the old town fortifications. The Grad (Town council) have
put in a really good museum with industries of ...
... of the town before arriving back at our flat
quite weary. We have an oven here so Alison did a chicken with baked
vegetables for tea. We had bought pumpkin seed oil mistaking the
bottle for olive oil. It adds quite a different taste and is rather
good for baking. It was washed down with the remains of a white and
much of a bottle of local red so we headed off to bed early and slept
found another cafe and ordered a coffee and ravioli. It turned out
to be rather fancier than we had in mind. We got the full silver
service deal. Including an appetiser on the house. Very nice but a
bit over the top in the circumstances.
Our apartment is excellent. Very
friendly hosts who have left us cakes and a carafe of their pinot red.
... in the Zagorje just north of Zagreb. From what we had read about it, it supposedly a village where, because the government wanted to turn it into a memorial type of village because Tito lived there, the inhabitants were asked to relocate somewhere else. Some did, but there were those that refused to leave so, according to the guide books, the village became a working village with people that stayed going about their business ...
... Hilme Family. Robert
gave us a tour of his business (Innovative Livestock Bedding) and of the war-torn town. We saw a lot of tanks,
cannons, etc., and heard Robert's perpective on Croatia.
We actually ate cevapis again with Robert's family, then stayed at a hotel in ...