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... for Slovenianness I also checked out the Ethnographic Museum, which turned out to be surprisingly large an interesting and covering world cultures as well as Slovenian. And finally I went to the Joseph Plecnik House Museum. Plecnik was an architect from Ljubljana who trained in Graz and worked in Vienna and Prague before returning to his hometown. His turn of the twentieth century style of modernism with a historical memory is featured all over the city with ...
... on the platform for the train to arrive. Our train ride was only an hour and a half and we once again had our first class cabin all to ourselves.
When we arrived in Ljubljana we walked to the hostel and past some of the buildings. We knew nothing about them, but took photos anyway. Ljubljana seems like a clean and well designed place. I like it so far.
We checked in to our 6 bed dorm room. It has incredibly tall bunk ...
... the city enjoying the fruits of the growing Slovene national consciousness at the beginning of the twentieth century via some pretty damn cool art nouveau buildings in the new town before partaking of the delights of melty cheese for me and chicken for M.
There are cities, dour gray affairs that you can see almost embracing occupation, ljubliana is not one of them. Theres a vivacity here ...
... The city centre was a buzz with tourist and locals enjoying a food festival in the old town.
I can imagine the beauty of this city on a nice day as well as a good base to explore the region such as Bled situated only 65km away.
But as I sad...you need a nice day.
Looking through my hotel window (Sunday afternoon) I can see the clouds lifting and hopefully will remain without rain tomorrow morning for my next stop at Plitvice ...
So this morning we farewelled the beautiful Skofya Loka, the beautiful alpine country, and our fellow cyclists who were heading north.
Our journey started with a fairly hairy trip along the main road (kind of like Scarborough Beach rd). What was even more off putting was Mark's constant checking of me. I thought he realised that I got proficient at riding in traffic on my 5 ride to work training ...