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... trial and error we find what we think is the track and start walking- it was so steep and really icey!!! It's not a long walk but it is just a difficult one even with good boots on!! We get to the top and it was just magical!!! I can't even describe the view it was one of my favourites from europe!! We wished we had of packed a little picnic so we could stay up there longer as there was no one else about! We took some photos and jason ...
... the famous bronze doors of St. Nicolas church that were redone for Pope John Paul's visit
-walked through the Old Town Hall with dragon motifs and saw another art exhibit
Deanne had seen a cool ring in a jeweler's window. The next day we went back and talked to the owner who was SO interesting. Christoph Steidl-Porenta is a German and studied from monks at a monastery there. It's since closed, but he is a master jeweler and artist who makes ...
... without feeling hungry, and Squirt ate cereal and yoghurt; she doesn't eat a lot and would prefer to not eat than eat something she really doesn't enjoy, which is a bizarre concept to me who just loves eating.
We had to check out of Atticus as they were fully booked tonight, but the lovely women who managed the place kindly said I could leave my rucksack in their storeroom and collect it this afternoon. I had booked another place nearby for tonight.
... dinner at Sestici will probably have too much food. For tomorrow's dinner we made a reservation right across from Romeo's at a restaurant called Julija (get the Shakesperian connection). We relaxed and then walked around the town. It is definitely a caffe (coffee) culture. It seems strange to us that we probably haven't watched more than an hour of TV since we left home and we don't miss it. ...
I got the train to Ljubljana where I had to zig zag through a few countries to get there. My hostel there was an old prison so my dorm was in a prison cell and the front door were bars. I did the walking tour there where I learnt about the the famous architect Jože Plečnik who designed a lot of the buildings in Ljubljana. It seems like a ...