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... cells where they held Italian, French and English POWs in the first world war and an exhibition showing photos of life for the POWs at that time. In the castle chapel a rather stunningly handsome Slovenian man wrote out visitors' names in medieval calligraphy for a donation, so Squirt has one that she's very pleased with. I warmed him even more when he sternly told Squirt that he'd only do it for her if she promised to read lots of real books and not Facebook. Brains ...
... from iron cooking implements to ceramics, and as man evolves, to more elaborate household decorative objects culminating in personal objects : toiletries, clothing, shoes and accessories. The other exhibit describes how people define who they are from individuals to family to community to nation. Thought-provoking and interesting.
In the afternoon, Jack walked around the neighbourhood discovered new streets and interesting spots along the river, stopped at the Dragon ...
... at Le Crobag, which is where I wanted to buy a sandwich for the trip.
While waiting at platform 14, I had a nice chat with a couple from Malaysia who were going to Hallstatt. I initially gave them instructions on taking Stefanie across the lake, and then noticed that their hotel was located in Obertraun, so had to revise my instructions. I told them to ask the Conductor for more specific details.
I found my reserved seat and noticed there ...
... they found there was a bus going to Ljubljana later today that left from a town an hour away, and they organized a transfer to San Doná di Piave, where I caught a 4 hour bus to Ljubljana. The drive through the Pivka valley was beautiful - it reminded me of the Okanagan in Canada. Rolling hills and mountains in the back, very pretty, and Ljubljana did not disappoint either! The old town is all cobblestone and narrow alleys, with views of ...
... about his trip to the USA.
It is the third book that I am now onto reading.
Scenic train trips and reading do not go together so it could take a while to finish.
Anyway back to Ljubljana
After a good sleep and buffet breakfast we were ready to be tourists.
First stop the Triple Bridges
(IF) The first bridge was built in 1842 and in 1931 some clever people decided to reduce congestion so they built 2 pedestrian bridges. Now all 3 are pedestrian only ...