Four Points By Sheraton Ljubljana Mons
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... shrivelled and black), took a few photos along the lake before returning to put my feet up for a few hours. I like Budapest. It's a pretty city, like Vienna, but it still has that element of dirt and grunge that gives the city character. With only two nights and one day there it was hard to get a feel for the place, but it's definitely somewhere I'd like to come back and spend another 2-3 days later on in this trip. As I'm writing this I'm in Ljubljana, ...
... as a handsome face.
After slithering back down from the castle, we headed off for the Slovenian National Museum as I had read there was a good exhibition of local Roman remains and Squirt is a big fan of Romans. The collection was interesting, but the thing I got most excited about in the museum was a flute made from an animal bone by a Neanderthal man, sixty thousand years ago. That's pretty amazing.
After the museum I owed Squirt some running around time, ...
From Plitvice, we took a bus to Zagreb where we spent a few hours before catching a train to Ljubljana, Slovenia. If anyone asked us a year ago, Slovenia would have been nowhere on our travel list. After some convincing by a certain senior manager at kpmg, we decided to add it to our itinerary - and were certainly not disappointed. The great thing about this country is that it is off the beaten path - it is not overcrowded with tourists and there aren't any ...
... has borders with Italy to the West, Austria to the North, Croatia to the South and South-East and Hungary to the North-East. Four major European geographic units meet within the territory of Slovenia. Those being the Alps, the Dinaric Mountains, the Pannonian Plain, and the Mediterranean Sea. Although the sea is just a small slither of coastline along the Adriatic, it still provides access to amazing beaches. All this may sound impressive on paper and ...
After our short revisit to Budapest we jumped on another train to Ljubljana via Zagreb- seemed like a bit of a detour, but it got us there. We had our passports stamped 6 times today at the various border crossings. Our stay in Zagreb was only about an hour, but we are back here in about 9 days after our Adriatic boat cruise. The train onto to Ljubljana was not as crowded as the one to Zagreb and we were able to relax - ...