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... boatmen. The present Baroque structure dates from 1701, and was designed by the Italian architect Andrea Pozzo; its large cupola was added later in the 18th century. The interior is adorned with frescos by Quaglio and Langus and an altar by Robba, and also boasts a splendid pipe organ. The sundial, statues and quirky memorial tablets on the Cathedral's southern wall help enliven ...
... to our ferry via a walking tour from Lonely Planet where we found some really pretty but quiet back streets (back canals?). The main downer was the number of steps over waterways that we had to carry Phoebe's buggy up and down in the hot weather! Overall, Venice exceeded our expectations and we celebrated once back at the van with a cocktail (booze bought from Lidl - much more thrifty).
Next stop, 5 days at Lake Garda. Bring on the ...
... to the top of the tallest tower, and taking in an exhibit on the history of Slovenia. We finished our castle tour with an amazing lunch in the castle courtyard, dining in one of Slovenia’s best restaurants. We thought that we would spend just a few hours in the castle, but by the time we had strolled around the park just outside and worked our way back down the hill, we realized that we had spent the better part of our first day there. ...
... Cirkus and suggested that we check it out. The club was fun but I didnt stay too long as Jordan and I left to try our first kebab - which was amazing!
Sunday was spent walking around the city once again. We also made sure to stop at Cacao for some gelato - it was a must. We also sat out at the river and walked along it enjoying the sunshine. For dinner we went to Romeo's Cafe where we had a 'mexican' dinner. We ordered nachos and I had a delicious salad ...
... unlike Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, Julija didn't reciprocate Preseren’s feelings and so Julija always remained Preseren’s unrequited love. To commemorate this ‘love story’ of sorts the poet’s statue was symbolically placed so that it faced the building where Julija once lived. On the exterior of this building directly in line of the Poet’s gaze is a statue of Julija hanging from a window. Romeo, Romeo where for out thou Romeo. Looks ...