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Today we left Sarajevo for our return to Ljubljana for our last night.
We stopped in ZAGREB, the largest and capital city of Croatia. It is a modern city with touches of the old European charm. I would have liked to have had more time there but we were on a schedule Back in Ljubljana we had a guided tour of the city and saw outstanding …
I am still not 100% sure but I think the correct pronunciation of the city is Lubiana.
It is certainly hard to figure out by looking at the spelling.
The plane I was on arrived on time. I had made arrangements through the tavel agent to have transportation to take me to the hotel. The instructions was a bit confusing and after not finding …
... beauty including the triple bridge, the dragon bridge, the butcher’s bridge, the market and several incredible churches. One thing that we really found interesting was the amount of graffiti on the buildings. Graffiti can be ugly and destructive, but there is so much of it here it becomes part of the culture and it really makes the buildings more beautiful. The graffiti artists are typically respectful of significant buildings, but otherwise the city ...
The trip to Slovenia was a little more complicated as the Italian trains stop at the border. So we disembarked in Triste and looked around for a way to enter Solvenia, which happened to be by bus. We took a half an hour bus ride to the Slovenia border town and from there a local train to Ljubljana. The boys were thrilled that we were riding on a "graphitti train" since they play a video game called ...
From here we went on to Predjama Castle which is built into a huge 123 metre high cavern below an overhanging cliff and above the karst swallow hole of the Lokva stream. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves.
Sunday 5th May. Overcast today so we caught the bus into the city, had a wander around the flea market along ...