Among Zagreb’s many highlights, add museums to your list of must-dos. Two in particular have stood out to me for their poignant combination of humor and mourning: The Museum of Broken Relationships and the 80s Museum.
Back soon (hopefully tomorrow)! Heya. I’m settling into my month in Zagreb after a busy week of travel. I needed sleep, desperately. I’ve gotten it, however, and I expect to be back into things very soon (hopefully tomorrow). Just didn’t want you to think that I’d fallen off the face
Sundry Wonders is a weekly column featuring a photo gallery and meditation, usually based on my walks. With my last week in Split comes a little melancholy. Going to the Archaeological Museum, with all of its markers of our fleeting time on Earth seemed fitting.
You can’t miss Diocletian’s Palace in Split. Literally. However, it can be hard to know what you’re looking at and to get all of the information in one place, because there are different museums associated with different parts, not to mention everything you can visit for free. Includes a detailed map you can use to help plan your adventure and find your way while you're .visiting this glorious UNESCO site.
Welcome to Travelogue, where I post little updates from my adventures on the road. On Sunday I scampered up and around Marjan Hill, which I came upon quite by accident. I took one turn and then the next and had myself a grand time.