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... war who were interned in Mauthasen extermination camp and died whilst building the tunnel. Quite a shock! Although it was sobering to read about the sacrifice made by the POWs , their effort did not go unappreciated by both Gus and me.
Motorised units of the German Forces crossed the Ljubelj pass in 1941 due to its importance as a route across the Karavanke mountains. In 1943 the tunnel works resulted in a narrow pass from one side to the other. ...
... kid myself, I’m back in Europe! This was going to be a wild night.
It was like a flashback to 2012. Meeting strangers from all nationalities who love travelling and drinking. Then of course, there was the obnoxious Australian (not me). This guy wanted to lead the group, but nobody really liked him. Still, he somehow managed to convince us to join him at some student party that he’d heard of, and I’m always up ...
... br> Ljubljana Architechure - Some modern buildings. The angled one is an apartment block.
Butchers Bridge in Ljubljana - Now more commonly known as Padlock Bridge.
MOST Restaurant in Ljubljana - What is Sea Frog? We had to find out.
Ljubljana at dusk - Wednesday night and the area was buzzing.
Ljubljana Congress Square - Celebrating 10 years in the EU
Ljubljana near Congress Square - Bikes, bikes and more bikes. Most bikes seemed ...
... California to the shores of Delaware Bay
You can bet your life I did, till I got back to the U. S. A.
Well, I'm so glad I'm livin' in the U.S.A.
Yes. I'm so glad I'm livin' in the U.S.A.
Anything you want, we got right here in the U.S.A."
I think Chuck Berry got this one right. The nice thing about traveling around the globe is coming back to the U.S.A. Europe can ...
... I had dinner with her and her friend, and we went to a free concert. It is currently the summer festival of Ljubjana, so there were concerts going on all of the time. While it was good, I think that it would have been much more enjoyable if I spoke the language because the songs all told stories. Afterwards we went to a performance arts piece, which also would have made sense if I could have understood the language! Anyways, it was still good to see ...