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... seems it takes an
inordinately long time to come through, and we had trouble operating
the stove. It is an induction cooktop with an “intuitive” fancy
controller that had me scratching my head. Just as well our hosts
had left the manuals in the cupboard so I was able, as a very last
resort , to read the manual and work it out. It seems that you don,t
just tap the buttons, you have to hold them down for ...
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... in one of the shopping centers (I don't remember the name, but we've been there twice). Afterwards we went to the Dolac Market and to see the cathedral. We took some pictures and then walked to the Archaeological Museum. The museum had a mummy, which was probably the most memorable exhibit.
We had lunch at a restaurant called "Purger". The server was friendly but I didn't care for the food much.
We decided to go to the Contemporary Art Museum and we took the tram ...
... will make more sense later on. The next day, we were planning on checking out and finding a way to Piran but we realized that the winter months made it difficult to get into Croatia from Piran once we were there so we had to change plans quickly. The Australian guy named Sam decided to catch the same bus with us back to Ljubljana and then catch another bus to Zagreb, Croatia. While on the bus we got to talking and figured out he was meeting a Canadian girl in Zagreb to pick ...
... did it and tried to reshuffle our way around as to let people come and go. There wasn't any rooms for bikes!
Before we reached the next station, the train guard came marching up to us and proceeded to tell us that this 'just wouldn't do' and we were not allowed to have our bikes on this train. No one told us that when we were enquiring about trains. So off we hopped at the next station. Luckily this town was a little bigger and had ...