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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 …
... as a handsome face.
After slithering back down from the castle, we headed off for the Slovenian National Museum as I had read there was a good exhibition of local Roman remains and Squirt is a big fan of Romans. The collection was interesting, but the thing I got most excited about in the museum was a flute made from an animal bone by a Neanderthal man, sixty thousand years ago. That's pretty amazing.
After the museum I owed Squirt some running around time, ...
... out Trubajeva Street and relaxed. Deb visited the Church of St. Cyril and Methodius, a Serbian Orthodox Church built in 1936. The interior is filled with colourfully decorated painted icons of Saints in the two dimensional Orthodox style and Cyrillic script adorns the walls throughout. The Church continues to carry on the earliest traditions of the Christian faith. No seats - women stand to the left, mento the right.
Nearby is the National Museum and the State Opera. ...
... people and a general relaxed feel. The city is split into two areas, one was the Old Town and castle where we were staying, and the other was the outer city that now encases the Old Town where we were now standing waiting for a ride to our accommodation. The outer city is quite modern, but still blends in and compliments the Old Town facades. The outer city provides all the necessities and functions that one would need when living here, whilst the Old ...