Grand Hotel Union Garni
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... a little cloudy for decent views but it was still a nice setting. It only drizzled a little. We next drove down to the lake and took a pletna boat (similar to a gondola) out to an island to see a church with a lot of gold inside. It was then off to lunch at a local small restaurant. Next stop was by a local river and lake in a little village like area where ...
... oil, one with garlic and one spicy to drizzle on the pizza, which is something I haven't seen before.
After lunch I explored the neighborhood a bit more although it was raining lightly so I had to use the umbrella for the first time. They appear to be shooting a TV show or something in the next block from the hotel, as there are two huge mobile studio trucks parked there and cables all over the place.
At about 16:30 I decided to head out for ...
... with speed limited anywhere from 50 to 30 km/h.
After crossing the border to Slovenia, the going got a bit faster until I finally reached the motorway riding all the way at 120km/h to Ljubljana, capital of Slovenia
Right now I am staying at the Hotel Birokrat in the suburb of the City. The centre can be reach by bus and I did that yesterday afternoon as the sky cleared up somewhat and the sun made a brief but welcome ...
... alarm again this time for a 6.30 wake up but the train journey to Zagreb is only just over 2 hours.
(IF) We saw another male in shorts. I am not alone!
The Triple Bridges in Ljubljana - My photo was not that great. This one is from the photo exhibition in Congress Square.
Ljubljana Market Square Shoes - Shoes anyone? Julie (Rees) I would not recommend this for your next shop fit out!
Fresh Strawberries at Ljubljana ...
... to hear about the impact of the Yugoslav Wars on her family and relatives. Nevertheless, she is proud to be a citizen of Slovenia - growing up, all children are required to memorize the height of Triglav - everyone in the country can recite the measurement on command!
There aren't any must-see attractions in Ljubljana, which makes it all that much more enjoyable - we were able to spend our time walking around the city, enjoying the weather and soaking ...