Can't Start His Wank
- Oct 4, 2005
- '13 Moto Guzzi V7, '08 Pontiac Solstice GXP
Great advice, everyone! I'll make sure to take note of what I can. I'll be renting a car and heading down the coast at some point.
It'd be great if we can find a place to meet, as long as there's coffee to cure my jet lag.I can show you the grandeur of Zagreb, of course, and I'm in favour of meeting the other members as well. The more, the merrier, as long as there's not too many of us, right?
I vote Yugo. When in Rome... The benchmark is Seattle traffic, so it'll be quite the task the beat that. Walking isn't a problem.I can borrow my dad's Saxo, or even his Yugo (if you want to see that greatness to complete the experience ) if there's some driving to be done. Mind you, for sightseeing in Zagreb, I definitely don't recommend driving, walking is the way to go, along with public transport. The parking is expensive and extremely difficult to find, the traffic is appalling (especially if you get stuck in a junction during a red light), and public transportation is cheap and quite efficient.
The Croatian side of my family is from Vrbovsko, so I'll be meeting some distant relatives there. Plus, I need to enjoy the famous frog legs.Also, which places in Gorski Kotar are you visiting? My grandpa is from there, and it's on my way to the seaside, so I know the roads fairly well, and can recommend you some if you're renting a car.