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... importantly taking in beers and amazing fried doughnuts near a small church high up on the mountain and several kilometers from the city center. We of course had to participate ourselves, before hiking back into town to begin our afternoon. We had lunch at an amazing restaurant in the old city (I made Joe try my grilled octopus and I think he is a convert now). After that, we decided to hit up a few museums. We started with the National Museum, ...
2 oops from the last blog (that we know about)
Simon had time clock wrong. 5am Czech time would have been 3pm NZ time not 7pm.
Thanks to Joan for pointing that out.
Ljubljana is in Slovenia not Slovakia. That was a Simple Silly Simon error - he had his S countries muddled.
1st stretch Prague to Wein (Vienna)
We were up and away early from the hotel. When we arrived at the railway station at 6am a man helped us to our platform. He had no uniform but did have ...
... and decided to spend the 3 hour wait exploring the old town. By the time the train pulled into Zagreb’s train station the sun had come out and it had warmed up. On my way to the old town from the train station, a random Croatian asked me 'do you have time’ assuming he was asking what the time was, I started to show him my watch, however it turned out that he had recognized I was a tourist and was asking whether I was on my way anywhere. Thus my 3 hours in Zagreb was ...
... that the lady didnt let us off.
We were able to easily catch our connecting train and it was smooth sailing from then on! I made it back to Krems in time for my 5pm class after a long day of travelling. All in all, another successful trip!!
I have one class tomorrow, then we are having a party night at Muller with all the exchange students. Early Friday morning I am off to LONDON!!!! Going to be a busy and exciting weekend!!
Love Lo <3
... point is that most of the beautiful buildings and structures we see today in Ljubljana are in some way influenced by the great Plecnik. Our walking tour proceeded down river towards the next bridge crossing - Butcher’s Bridge (Mesarski Most). This bridge is the most modern of all the bridges spanning the Ljubljanica River. Plecnik had grand plans for this bridge to be a replica of Italy’s Rialto bridge but that plan never eventuated. The current bridge is steel and ...