Travel Blogs from Ljubljana
... The ambience was a bit dark to read the menu and I had to activate my Darth Vadar glasses. I'd previously bought some reading glasses in a local store as I couldn't read the map. (Nuphy). Don't think that the glasses were the issue. When I later looked at the glasses they were "special forces issue" with some lights attached to the sides like the floodlights at the MCG. lol. You should have seen the table next to me when I switched them on. One guy put on his head ...
... crying cuz people will help you then. They won't. Just want you all to know that. At least not in Italy or Spain. Maybe in other places. So I go inside the bar order a sandwich, calm myself down, resign myself to the fact that I am probably just going to be stuck in Italy, but pray that I can get out anyways. Once had eaten and felt I calmed down and had some peace about the situation, I left to try again to find the bus. Within ten seconds ...
... because I kept going back and forth looking for the place I thought I should be. I found the place and it was packed with passengers, people waiting for passengers and transports holding signs of names of people they were picking up. I saw a man holding a sign with COSMOS ( the tour group I would be on) with names on it. My name was not on it. I told him I was to be picked up for the COSMOS tour. He sad there would probably be another person picking me up. ...
Dober dan everyone!
It's 7:10pm and I am writing from the hotel restaurant. I'm eating here again this evening. It's quiet with soft music and I just didn't feel like going out again. I did find a pizzeria that was highly recommended on Tripadivsor; it's nearby but had loud music and I wasn't in the mood for noise. It's a very quiet and relaxed city and I wanted to continue with that feeling.
This evening I had a ...
... to celebrate 50 years of the Emperor's reign – and wrote an inscription in his honour on the side of the bridge which the government paid for.
Ljubliana was a lovely little city – despite many different rulers (France had a turn under Napoleon as well) but they kept their culture and language intact – the whole country is only as big as Wales.
Oh - Caroline also managed to try a McDonalds in yet another ...
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