Four Points By Sheraton Ljubljana Mons
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... caused a huge problem years ago since the two statues are placed right outside of a church and her naked chest is the first things people would see when they exited the front door of the church. To solve this problem, three trees have planted to block the vision of the sculpture from the door of the church. This poet had a broken heart because of his love for a much younger and much wealthier woman. An artist decided that this woman should be sculpted somewhere in this square ...
... of a mountain. I almost preferred this castle over the cave as it was less crowded and structured and we got to wander around the castle at our own pace. It was incredible to wander through the castle, exploring all the distinct and varied rooms. We would come out of one room that was decorated with rich wood floor boards and grand furniture and walk into a hallway that opened to the rock face of the cave covered in green algae. One of the interesting parts of the castle was seeing ...
... starting at the triple bridge and continuing down through the marketplace - which was displaying fresh local produce for sale- and onward to various city landmarks. At every stop it was guaranteed that our Welsh fiend with an extremely dry, tactless and completely bland sense of humour would interrupt and make an blatantly obvious attempt at a joke and every time became less and less liked by basically everyone on the tour. We continued through the tour and also learned a ...
... on a cab from the train station (the buses stopped running after 10:30pm and our hostel was on the outskirts of town) we crashed, and then woke up at 5:45am the next morning for our trip to Triglav National Park. Triglav is Slovenia's only National Park, yet it makes up 4% of the country's land mass at 83,000 hectares and encompasses all of the Alps located in Slovenia. It took an hour and a half to reach the beautiful town of Bled, which sits on Bled Lake at the foot of ...
After Italy, we headed east to neighboring Slovenia, a tiny country formed after the break-up of Yugoslavia. It was an easy journey—a quick train from Venice to Trieste at the border, and from there a bus to the capital, Ljubljana (pronounced Yubyana, or that’s the closest approximation I can manage anyway). As evidenced by the name of the capital, the Slavic language is riddled with consonants ...