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... supermarket on the way to the flat and we arrived at Dallach 94/8 about 4.30pm. The flat has central heating so is very cosy, a living room-lounge-kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed!(seems like single after our king) and a bathroom etc. the view from the balcony down the lake is superb. Unfortunately it has been overcast and rainy since we arrived so we have not seen it at its best yet. Some sun is on the way we hope! Our major disappointment has been to find ...
... the lake taking photos, but were rather disappointed that there was so little sun around and the snow on the mountains was covered by clouds until just before sunset as we rode back up to our apartment at Zasip. There we warmed ourselves with blackcurrent and dragonfruit tea –YUM!
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... Zagreb to start a tour of Croatia and Bosnia. We shared a chuckle at the size of the gentleman's suitcase as his wife told us he refuses to wear the same shirt more than once on vacation. I guess he is a diva packer just like Ryan. Ryan says it is because his clothes are bigger than mine so they take up more room. But the truth is he just likes to have lots of options. After chatting with them we exchanged emails and have invitations to house ...
... us to try (mouth and throat burnt for 20 minutes at least after...)
Then back in Ljubljana we checked into our room- the attic?? And then went into the Old Town for dinner. God the city was beautiful with all the lights and the river running through the centre.
We stopped for dinner next to the river and had burgers and pizza (yes not very traditional to be fair..) Then we were shattered and it was definitely time for bed.
Day one went well I feel!
... at this spot. We stopped in the town of Kobarid and visited the WWI museum that documents the battle of the Soca Front named after the Soča river that winds it's way through the area. Slovenia was part of the Austro-Hungarian empire, and at the beginning of WWI, Italy was neutral. About a year later, Italy declared war against Germany and by default, Slovenia. Nothing much happened until 1917 when the Italians waged a few successful battles. The Germans decided to wage ...