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- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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We set off to explore the city and as we were only a short walk from the city centre, we strolled (sometimes through heavy rain) to take in this very pretty city. Before we left Canberra, we had both seen a documentary on Croation Na´ve art (not native, na´ve) and were keen to visit the Gallery to see some of the more famous works. The style is oil on glass, so it is very, very crisp with no ...
... excited that there was a pharmacy open at 7pm on a Sunday, getting something to eat from a bakery for dinner and getting my train ticket for the next day to Budapest. There seems to be lots to do in Zagreb and a whole lot of odd museums so that will have to go on the next time list of places to go back to for more time.
... and I can't be bothered anymore.' I wasn't here to proof anything so what the hell. So this is how my plans changed in the first instance. I have to say that bus drivers are the same in every country: mostly grumpy. Oh well he did tell me where to get off for the fortress. So this is how I embarked on an interesting bus ride down the mountain. We were on a narrow road that is supposed to be for 2-way traffic. Yeah Not sure how and so not good for my vertigo! Oh and this was bus ...
We Definitely got our 10,000 steps today. I didn't have the pedometer going, but it may have been closer to 80,000 steps. We started out at Zagreb cemetery in the pouring rain. The cemetary is one of the most beautiful in the world, and thanks to great architecture and the arcade walkway, it was not creepy at all. It may be creepy that Croatians use it as a park for their afternoon walk on hot summer days. The cemetery has sections for Jewish, Muslim, ...
... lots of people were out for Saturday night! It was right around the corner from the hostel too, nice and close. Long story short, Sunday was a relaxing day of rest, although I dragged myself out of bed to go out with some friends for supper to a local microbrewery. I ordered a pasta called 'trganci' which means "torn" - it's a handmade pasta that tastes a bit like a perogie shell, and then smothered in cheese. Amazing! I also got a build-it-yourself salad and ...