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... taxi and more some old guy, probably a friend of Yani's, in a shiny black Mercedes with air conditioning! He spoke very little English but was very nice and got us there in one piece.
We got to Ljubljana in time for a free walking tour which met just five minutes from our hostel. We learned on our way there that pretty much everything in Ljubljana worth seeing was within fifteen minutes of our hostel! Needless to say, our walking ...
Saturday 7 June
Zagreb A pottering day today. We
went to the market for fresh pasta and cheese for tea then headed out
to the Sava River for a wander in the park. The river has a massive
side diversion here and there is a large public park. The diversion
is used as a rowing course and competions were going on as we were
there. It ...
... not get into St. Mark's (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Mark' s_Church,_Zagreb) but I did get a photo of the stony version Matija Gubec's face - he was tortured and drawn and quartered in front of St. Mark's in 1573... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matija_Gub ec
So I then took the funicular down and walked back to Jelačić Square to catch the tram back to the hotel...stopping briefly to try a piece of Croatian pizza - I had been told Croatian pizza ...
... many people are amazed at my courage, but I’ve got to say that solo travel has its perks. Arriving in my room I was met by a bunch of excited and tipsy Italians who successfully persuaded me to go out drinking with them. With the Italians was another of my room-mates, a young Japanese bloke who’d At 2am, after darting around town from pub to club queue to club I’d only had one beer and was really feeling the long day I’d had, so I headed back to hit the ...
... sitting in doorways and corridoors. At this point everyone on the train was annoyed, hot and upset. Once the train started moving there was hardly any air coming through the window either. We also discovered there was no food or water on the train so all I had left was half a water bottle (a big one luckily). I remember the next 5 hours dragging on and on and on. I couldn't sleep because I was too hot, I had stripped down to my bathers top and shorts and had my towel at ...