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... without feeling hungry, and Squirt ate cereal and yoghurt; she doesn't eat a lot and would prefer to not eat than eat something she really doesn't enjoy, which is a bizarre concept to me who just loves eating.
We had to check out of Atticus as they were fully booked tonight, but the lovely women who managed the place kindly said I could leave my rucksack in their storeroom and collect it this afternoon. I had booked another place nearby for tonight.
... building had to have spires. Plecnik planted tall poplar trees and short squat willows along the river to emulate the spires and domes of Prague. Rick Steves, the travel guru, says that while Krakow is "the next Prague", Ljublijana is "the next next Prague", very high praise.
That afternoon we took the funicular to the hilltop Ljublijana Castle. The first fortress was Roman and over time new towers and buildings were constructed. It fell into disrepair in the 17th century. ...
... sad. I don't know how he was managing to travel on his own... I hope he makes it back home safely.
Ljubjana is a beautiful little city. The buildings are gorgeous especially along the river. I thoroughly enjoyed wondering around the streets. It also has a lot of green space. I sat and read my book in a few different parks. I also went up to the castle and looked around it. From the castle there was a really nice view of the city.
... been like all those hundreds of years ago. We walked up to the top of the tower around a winding staircase (Glen wasn't too scared this time), lovely views all over Ljubljana and we were stoked we had such a clear day!
That afternoon we hired bikes and went for a cruise around the old town. Ljubljana is a very clean green town, lots of recycling bins everywhere and bike stations where you can pick up a bike to ride and it was free if you only used ...
We're still trying to figure out how to pronounce Ljubljana. We think it's something like Lee-ube-lee-ah-na, only with a Slovenian twist to it and less American. The city is pretty big and the people are getting snobbier as we move West again towards Spain. Our next stop is snobby Italy then even snobbier France. I'm not sure about Spain yet.
So we're staying in a 10th floor apartment (america), 9th floor according ...