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... to open the tasting room, where we lingered for a few hours.
From there, we drove to the Silak B&B, in Ptuj's Old Town. Vladimir Silak has turned his grandmother’s home into a 16-room guesthouse. She had lost the home during the Communist years, but it has now been reclaimed and restored with comfortable room in the compact Old Town of Ptuj. Our room offered a small view of the Drava River that runs through town.
The following morning, ...
... some english which is nice but the language of the truth is all important and we see that love in action. Josh and I bravely answer up in Croatian which varying results, however we get thumbs up from some in the audience. The conductor does not seem overly impressed with our contribution. Naditsa tells me she could hear me sing in English and I have a lovely voice - now that's a first!! And definitely not true. I have included a picture of Darko ...
... with many buildings that remind Dianne and I of Austria as mentioned earlier. We walk both sides of a street and then decide to ascend to the castle above the town. It is cheap to go through but not a lot of info provided. We enjoyed the works of art, armour, musical instrument gallery and the originally furnished rooms. We were supposed to stay on a certain route and deviated and were reminded by a tour guide -oops. For an hour and a half we wandered around ...
... despite her earlier worries, she sounds like a natural, although the kids and I have untrained ears of course. All sounds good to us!
Kids and I wind down with a Croatian subtitled movie which is so bad I can't even recall what it was called. But it was in English! Kids are sleeping together in a double bed so we have the usual complaints about needing a divider between them. All in all, a great day despite it being a bit grey.
... drawbridge, as we observed some of the local kids here. Or perhaps a mammoth croquet game or lawn bowling as it seems a perfect setting. Although they likely get their share of tourists in mid season, as we sauntered through town in late afternoon September with the absence of tourists we felt like locals just enjoying the day as the modern world mingles here with this medieval castle. We are very happy to have stumbled onto such a pleasant ...
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