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... cells where they held Italian, French and English POWs in the first world war and an exhibition showing photos of life for the POWs at that time. In the castle chapel a rather stunningly handsome Slovenian man wrote out visitors' names in medieval calligraphy for a donation, so Squirt has one that she's very pleased with. I warmed him even more when he sternly told Squirt that he'd only do it for her if she promised to read lots of real books and not Facebook. Brains ...
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We continued the next day with our wandering around the old town, studying the architecture, stopping for coffee along the way and browsing through several shops. Joze Plecnik was an architect who had a grand vision for Ljublijana after the 1895 earthquake that destroyed part of the city. At the time, Prague was the cultural capital of the Slavic world and Ljublijana wanted to copy Prague's romantic image. The city actually had a law that ...
... is one of the best preserved medieval squares in Slovenia.
On to Llibuanja with its famous 'Triple Bridge'. We were not impressed with Llibuanja and glad we had based ourselves at Zasip. There were a lot of tourists and the town itself appeared a bit grubby and did not feel welcoming. We had Czech sausage ...
... in Ljubljana where apparently the same tradition holds.
Oh…so at this point, you have probably picked up why I describe Ljubljana as fairy tale like, but I think I still owe you an explanation on the Portland comment. Well, what Joe and I did not expect to find in this former Yugoslav republic was a very liberal and green sensibility. Ljubljana is a bike friendly, locavore oriented, very green city. They even one upped San Francisco ...
Woke up early this morning for the bus ride to Ljubljana. Yes that's actually a real place. Is the capital of Slovenia. Took us a bit of time on the bus as we got stuck in traffic but Tom out a movie on for us. Arrived in the afternoon and chucked our packs in our rooms. Was then off straight away into the city for a bit of a walking tour. Saw ...