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We left Livno without really seeing it. A great shame as we had wanted to see a little of a real Bosnian town. Still after a wet end to the day's ride getting there, trudging around in the pouring rain had little appeal for us. The road north from Livno was fantastic with virtually no traffic. In the first two hours I counted four vehicles going the other way and overtook one lorry, one van and a tractor. At least the road I was using on the bike ...
... and known as the City of the Café Culture. Loads of funky little outdoor cafes and bars and cool to see how regular Croatians lived. Another beautiful old town reached by the second shortest Funicular in Europe at 66m and for only 4 Kuna. It had an amazing tiled cathedral and lots of cute art galleries and a massive festival on with heaps of market stalls and Dalmatian music. Time to say goodbye Croatia, you've been amazing and we’ll be back!!!
... destroyed the dome and the bell tower. The restorations have retained the medieval design. When we visited the Cathedral, we saw various objects related to religious art and clothing.
St. Mark’s Church (Crkva Svetog Marka) was easily recognizable by the checkered design on it's roof depicting the coat of arms of Croatia, Dalmatia, Savonia, and Zagreb city. The church was built as early as the 13th century and since then, ...
So I fell a little bit behind in my blogging and there is lots to catch up on! When I blogged last we were still in Bled and had done that epic bike ride! The next day we went to Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia, via taxi. We spoke to Yani at our hostel and found out that taking a taxi, split by 3, was the same cost as taking a train, but the taxi would take us straight to the door, so we had him call for us. Little did we know it would be ...
associated square. The cathedral and back to trg bena Jelacica.
Quite interesting to gain some insights from a local. The young
guide was apparently trained as a journalist but the unemployment
rate is very high. Perhaps 50% for younger people.
After lunch, back at our flat we
retraced much of the tour route to take some photos and see the bits
where we would have liked to stay longer.
We also stopped past the main ...