Turkish EFES beer was like.. Turkish..
Then this non-major European airports are all old-school traps, no boarding jetways..
I was the second to get out though.
Then the airport signs were so well designed.. reminded me of the ones at Cologne Bonn Airport by Ruedi Baur.
Quite small airport considering Zagreb is the capital of Croatia, a EU country with their own currency; Kuna.
Then AVIS gave me this Skoda with 124,000 Km on the clock..
After a short drive, I figured I’m not gonna be driving this car all along the Adriatic coast for a week.
So, decided to get back for a change. See the neat and clean signs again?
Volswagen UP this time, only with 22,000 Km.
Compact and nimble with 1.0 Gasoline/Petrol/Benzin/Benzina/Benzine.
It’d work great in a crowded city like Seoul, easy to park, easy to get around.
So, finally a night in Zagreb has started.