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So, we headed off North up Istria having dropped off the out-laws. After our chilled out week, we'd sort of forgotten that we needed to do some planning so went up the coast a little aimlessly. Phoebe was catching up on sleep after her hectic week with the grandparents so we just kept on driving till she woke up. This bit of the coast is very touristy and we could tell that summer was nearly here as it seemed to have got busy all of ...
... narrowing down what we would do in just a week’s time.
We spent our first 2 days in Ljubljana (pronounced “lyoo-BLYAH-nah” in case you were wondering), the country’s capital and largest city. We had both heard great things and went in with high expectations. Luckily, the city did not let us down. Ljubljana is a magical little city that felt like a combination of a fairy tale and Portlandia. The city itself ...
... tell that a ton of work had been put into making it look newer and nice.
The last stop in the center of town was the iconic dragon bridge. There are four dragons made of copper that guard the four corners of the bridge. I think that it is the mascot of the city or something. We didn't really see dragons in other parts of the town, but we were not really looking.
All of this wandering made us hungry. We returned to the hostel to make lunch. We planned on going to ...
... days. When you take a train there is no getting to the station two hours ahead for the "invasive" pat down. Instead, I got to the station with 10 minutes to spare, and was looking to hop on the train only to read that the train had been delayed a solid 25 minutes. As American friendly as Croatia is, I was surprised to see the stations schedules were not in English. This might have been the only signs in the whole country ...
... although nice, it is a bridge you are more likely to see carrying pedestrians over the Thames rather than the canals of Venice. The bridge was well received by locals upon its unveiling, especially those of the male gender. It seems there was a spike in interest for fishing under the bridge during the summer months. Not everyone was disappointed with the less traditional glass walkway. As you enter the bridge from the North Bank there are life sized bronze statues of men ...