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... complete and utter con. Despite the fact I booked ours months ago, our seats have been nine times out of ten, complete cack. Unlike air travel, when making train reservations, one cannot pick your seat and have to hope that yours aren’t rubbish. Unfortunately it appears we drew the short straw on this particular jaunt…
On first impressions, Ljubljana was very pretty and most of the bars and restaurants were dotted along ...
... tips-based walking tour at 11am today so I'll find out more about what this city's all about, but I've already wandered around a bit after I arrived yesterday and this morning, and have seen a delightful selection of streets and houses - and a castle overlooking the city which I'm planning to climb up to, foregoing the funicular railway on offer, ahead of the meal I'm hoping to enjoy this afternoon in one of the highly-rated Slovenian restaurants I've ...
... of which were training. They all had different sections were each one of them spoke. The main tour guide was always there if they made any mistakes of missed certain things off.
The main tour guide started and told us about the history of Slovenia and what happened in the war. He then told us about the history of the pink church before showing us the main statue of Ljubljana which was a famous poet. He used to write these love poems to a girl he loved but ...
... taxi driver approached us on the quiet and said he would take us for 7 euro and it would only be 40 minute drive and we paid 6 euro 20 cents and took 2 and a half hours. He then proceeded to get a few more to make it worth his while, so all together we were 10 in a 8 seater taxi and unfortunately Daz and I sitting virtually on top of one another in the front and me panicked as the meter hit 140 km per hour!!!!!! It was a fast trip!!!! Not sure how we survived.
... an interesting sound for those in the valley below! I had a quick peek inside the tiny, single-room church that sits on one of the plateau’s hills and in a mountain pub/lodging house I warmed up with a glass of Jaegermeister and chatted to the Ukrainians, who’d also found their way in to the warmth. Walking down towards Kamnik, from where I planned to catch some form of transport back to Ljubljana, I chatted a local by the name of Bogor, who was there hiking with ...