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... first stop was a playground so my niece could blow off some energy, then we headed to the main square. We were inspired by it's beauty and charm, with architectural and cultural marvels all around us. One of my favourite sightings was a group of young children dressed in white gowns being lead by a nun to church; the square must have been home to similar images for centuries. Neat! In the evening I went for a run in the country on a trail that ...
... investment, only to have prices crash on them. They've decided to keep the property anyways as an escape from an over-crowding Britain.
Tuesday was a bit of a day off. We switched accommodations and moved right into the town of Ljutomer, excited to explore our new surroundings. We checked out the town square and found a pretty amazing stork nest on top of an old chimney...the biggest bird nest I've ever seen. How they were able to construct it is beyond me. In ...
... pretty darn cute. I could NOT get to sleep that night and was tossing and turning all night long. In all I got about 25 minutes of sleep, which meant I was pretty much a zombie the whole next day.
The breakfast buffet at our hotel was interesting to say the least. There was a plate of uncooked bacon that people were helping themselves to. Safe or not, it didn't exactly appeal! There were also random bowls of green peppers ...
... for wine making.
We spent 3 nights on the site, and everyone around was very friendly, its a very busy site, Locally there is a Bike Park which Specialized are the main supporters of and use it for testing of their new bikes.
Tom rode up the mountain, although not quite to the top and used a mixture of the Downhill lines to comeback down on, the first choice was not the best but soon found some to his abilities further down...
We visited ...
... in a baroque city
palace. This was advertised as old masters and it certainly was.
There was a paintings also by unknown artists “of the school of x
or y”. These were interesting to see. A Rubens (fully clothed)
portrait of an unknown noblewomen was fascinating as were a lot of
Dutch still life oils of the C16.
Back to our flat to check out our move
to Zagreb tomorrow, catch up on the blog, and maybe a cheese on toast