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... river side, soaking up the atmosphere, until we made it to the main square. This is certainly the main Hub of the town, and there was so many people just hanging around. Also right next to the square is another landmark bridge - the 3 bridges (I think it's called that haha) . We then left the group for a walk around checking out the buildings and trying to stay out of the sun, as it was so hot there! We stopped for lunch at restaurant on ...
... Ljubljana, but quickly forgot. The city center was about a twenty minuet walk from our place. It was a brisk 23 degrees out but it was not too bad if we kept moving. We stopped first to admire the decorations on the main square. The lights were not on during the day but there seemed to be quite a few set up and we would have to return to see them later. We listened to some men play Eastern European versions of Christmas songs. They sang in the tone of voice ...
... I had dinner with her and her friend, and we went to a free concert. It is currently the summer festival of Ljubjana, so there were concerts going on all of the time. While it was good, I think that it would have been much more enjoyable if I spoke the language because the songs all told stories. Afterwards we went to a performance arts piece, which also would have made sense if I could have understood the language! Anyways, it was still good to see ...
... using switchback after switchback. While you could always identify where the theoretical trail was, I would not qualify large stretches of the path as a hiking trail--more like ground multiple people had walked on. As we got farther up the mountain the trails became narrower, yet the views grew from great to stunning to jaw-dropping incredible. To give you a sense of how steep the ascent was, after doing two switchbacks you could look down at where you had come from and you ...
... so each day began with some coffee and a pastry from a café next to our building, then a leisurely stroll through the park as we consumed our brunch, then a random exploration of the city’s history. It boasts some beautiful baroque architecture, a lovely river along which people sip drinks, read books and nap, and a nearly thousand-year-old castle overlooking it all. I was liking this country very much ...