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... met out in front of the hotel for our introductory walk around the historic part of Ljubljana. Darija didn’t provide much commentary on this, but everyone mostly talked amongst themselves. We eventually ended up at a restaurant close to the river for our introductory dinner. There was an aperitif waiting for everyone (Prosecco?), celery & carrot sticks with mustard dressing and bread. The first course was a wonderful home-made mushroom soup, made ...
... Shortly after this we spoke to the local cops to see what the protest was about as there was a lot of riot Police. (See photo). It was about the imprisonment of the President believed by some to be unlawful. Whilst walking to a restaurant a photo competition was declared and although I only had my iphone and limited opportunities due to a very flat battery I pulled out all the stops. (See photo) After a tour of the town we settled in at a local eating ...
... told the girls to get off the train as I tried to free my backpack. When I finally got it free, I saw that the girls were still on the train and I thought we had missed our stop. Jordan said that she tried to get off the train but the one lady wouldnt let her get off and she didnt know why. All confused, we decided to wait till the next stop as there was clearly nothing we could do right then. Once the next stop came, we realized that this was the correct stop for us ...
... walking through the Christmas markets. When I officially started to freeze we headed back to make dinner.
Just like so many nights before, we are trying to plan our next few days right now. We are heading to Croatia if the trains work out and other important things like that.
# of countries: 13
# of cities: 35
... 000 year old wheel, but there was an art exhibit at the castle honouring the wheel.
We spent the afternoon meandering around Ljubljana while we waited for our train departure later that night. We had to take an evening train to Zagreb and then hop on a 11:20pm night train to Split and then a five hour bus to Dubrovnik. We were really hoping that this long nearly 24 hour travel day would be worth it!