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... feeling. Visited the castle, we're a bit spoilt by Edinburgh's to be honest.
... if the day was a stop at a small local restaurant on the bank of the Krka river. The theme was woods and water. All food came from the forest or the river. Venison and trout were offered for the main meal, with several appetizers made from, trout ( three kinds) , mushrooms , horseradish, zucchini, along with fresh lettuce, tomatoes and local herbs. Presentation and taste was interesting and a wonderful way to enjoy a taste of Slovenia. This place would never be found ...
... has the highest % of working mothers in the EU. ( Simon thought all mothers work - it is not sometimes paid work just the ironing.... ) It gave us a good 'snapshot' of where Slovenia is and how it is progressing. Quite well it seems.
Congress Square houses the University, which would explain why there are so many young people in the area and the bikes. Lots of bikes and not MTB's and also lots of bike racks for people to use.
By then it was late so back to the hotel and to ...
... were hoping to meet others on this tour and learn more about the history. After meeting our tour guide, we discovered that we were the only ones on the tour which wasnt a huge shocker. We called our guide Tita - we never actually knew his name/how to spell it/how to pronounce it - so he was Tita. Lake Bled is only about half an hour away from the city and Tita basically filled that time with his stories about all the businesses he wants to start, including a ...
... periods but an amazing experience all the same. We snuck into a few souvenir shops and browsed at some of the wares in the temporary stalls which lined the Ljublijanica River along the colonnade. 11am was soon upon us and a large group of people had begun to awkwardly lurk around the front of the Baroque church. Our tour guide introduced himself and grabbed our details before starting the tour. Our guide, his name escapes me, we a history lecturer..no Professor according to ...