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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... when the castle was a penitentiary. On the way back to our apartment Ljubljana's riot police were evident as were large numbers of English supporters in the bars and cafes. A quiet evening, the last in our cosy apartment, making plans for our next day driving to the Plitvice Lakes, back in Croatia. The English have beaten the Slovenians at soccer tonight, do the constant sirens mean there is a party going ...
... out, we found the very steep path up to the castle - there's a funicular, but puh! Funiculars are for wimps - and I dragged myself up it feeling as weak as a kitten. I think tiredness was catching up with me. I revived once we'd made it to the top though, as the views over the city to the jagged mountains beyond, swathed in Autumn mists, were enough to revitalise anyone's weary legs. There was a lot to see in and around the castle without having to pay the entrance ...
... dinner at Sestici will probably have too much food. For tomorrow's dinner we made a reservation right across from Romeo's at a restaurant called Julija (get the Shakesperian connection). We relaxed and then walked around the town. It is definitely a caffe (coffee) culture. It seems strange to us that we probably haven't watched more than an hour of TV since we left home and we don't miss it. ...
... into town to a) find cigs and b) find somewhere still serving beer. But we crossed the road. We crossed the road at the wrong time, in the wrong place. God forbid. We were cornered by two policemen who I swear from the baby faces and ill-fitting uniforms could have been 14 years old. We were given a lecture about "respecting the laws of J-walking" (a law we later found out does not exist in Slovenia), which led to a huge ...
It was also time for another haircut. But no pictures this time. Darlene had the camera and was out on one of her many walkabouts while I got my hair snipped. The lady did a pretty good job, too.
We really enjoyed Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. The country, next door to Italy, became the first of the Yugoslav areas to claim independency in 1991. It was certainly the most affluent ...