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... to Villach - This trip has been rated one of the best by not just us!
Wein to Villach by train.- The photos do not do justice to the views.
Lake Worthersee - Camera movement is possible when moving at 160kph!
Wein to Villach - Harvest time - cutting the 'grass' for bailing.
Villach to Ljubljana - Vegetable plots - as it was a nice spring evening a lot of people were out tending their gardens.
Villach Railway Station - We thought we might have too much luggage!
... not long after I left the train station, the rain got heavier and come down in earnest, and eventually it was so heavy puddles started to form on the top of my suitcase and I decided that it was time for a taxi.
As much as getting a taxi to your hostel in the pouring rain sounds like a good idea, as it happened it didn't really turn out all that well as the taxi dropped me off at the wrong street and had driven off before I realised. As such the next 30 minutes was spent ...
Up early, planning day and Sunday’s trip to Velika Planina, into town around midday. I had a dish called pite, presumably Bosnian, from a restaurant called Sarajevo 84, then headed up to the castle, which sits on a hill overlooking much of Ljubljana. After my few trips to castles in Britain I found this one rather disappointing, much like the rest of the city, as it was over-modernised and had many new, tacky features that mad it feel more like ...
... worse for wear. Our guide informed us that under the Kongresni Square they wanted to build a carpark and make the square pedestrianised. Despite significant community conjecture the works went ahead. During the building of the carpark the foundations of this early 18th century church were compromised leading to large cracks appearing inside the church and along its exterior facade. Thankfully the cracks could be repaired without too much permanent damage but this project served ...
... bag of rice from his water damaged phone.
We met up with Carolyn, whom we had made acquaintance at Bled who was misinformed on bus times and missed her bus and was also staying at the hostel. It was not long before we discovered that the hostel was offering some free wine and board games and our host brought out some liqueur, schnapps and the promised wine and lined us up. We tried a drink the some of the locals had which was a shot of bitter schnapps followed by ...