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As we departed Lake Bled, we decided to take a short stop over at Radovljica. Why you ask, and this one is for you Shelli Law, because it's the beekeeping capital of Slovenia, and in many ways, Eastern Europe!
After finding the unmarked parking lot (note to self, if ever in this part of the world it’s tucked back just past the very large supermarket as you turn off the highway), we took about a 1.5km walk into town. We saw many ...
... which was only a 15 minute walk away. He was kind enough to agree. Greatest friend ever!!!
The third reason I love it is due to it's ever-changing architecture. Here you have a culmination of diversity in architecture-everything from modern to baroque. It really is quite charming. They have so many different bridges. They have one with scary, jade green, sculpted dragons on them and yes, they are scary; they have their mouths open and look like they ...
After arriving in Ljubljana (yes try and pronounce that correctly) we were taken to our apartment right in the centre of old town.
What a great location.
We look down on the main street and people eating in the cafes.
This town is all about slowing down, sitting at a café or bar along the river and drinking, eating and socializing.
So of course we joined them and enjoyed many mojitos, wine and ...
... have it look like a tiled floor with carpet running through it. It didn't quite see this in the design, but the building looks cool anyway.
After learning a ton about Ljubljana's history and present day life, such as the daily market where people shop and then meet up with friends to gossip, we walked around the city making stops in Tivoli Park for a scenic walk and then Metelkova (alternative area of Ljubljana). Later on, we decided to have a few drinks and call it a night.
... side and enjoyed another local beer :-).
after that we decided to just head back to the hotel for a sleep as we had a massive night ahead of travelling to turkey - plus we also come back to Ljubljana on our last tour.
After our 2 hour snooze we headed out for our last dinner with the group. We had a traditional Slovenian meal - and it was pretty darn good too. We left our group after our goodbyes at 8.30pm and went back to the ...