Pri Mraku Guesthouse
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... exceptionally creepy dungeon (with recorded moaning sounds emanating from within, which I felt added greatly to the spook-factor).
Our hostel in Ljubljana (the Zeppelin) was great and had a kitchen, so we could finally cook some healthy meals. We met some really cool Brazilians and Australians and many good times were had.
Next, we ventured to Bled to take in the scenery. Bled is about 2 hours away from Ljubljana and is renowned for its beautiful lake ...
... After perusing the restaurants listed in the guidebook (Kindle), the restaurant Paninoteka sounded interesting as they had pasta, so I headed there. It was supposed to be close to the Cobbler’s Bridge but unfortunately I walked right past it, and had to resort to Google Maps.
Paninoteka was moderately busy but they seated me right away. Once again I decided on my old standby, Spaghetti Bolognese (albeit with whole grain spaghetti this time) ...
... the lady told us it would be 180 euros each. We started to have a small panic attack as we had previously worked out that it should be around 45 euros each way. Luckily Ashley remembered that we now had our student discount cards (cost $20 but we usually get around 50% off all tickets) so the price dropped to a manageable 90 euros each!
The train ride was approximately 6 hours but we were lucky to get a direct trip which meant we could attempt to ...
... Quebec, so we took him for a beer and pizza after the cafe closed to convince him that Western Canada is where he should visit! Not true, but we had a wonderful time conversing with him and some delicious beer and pizza to boot!
On our second day in Ljubljana (now that I've learned to spell it, I have to use it a lot!) we took a gondola up to the castle and ended up having a private tour ...
... Gewerkenegg Castle which houses a museum of the mercury mine, the Italian and German Occupation, the resistance against the occupying forces and Idrija lace making. It was one of the best museums that we have visited and we were in there ages.
We grabbed a quick lunch in a restaurant that was in one of the castle towers and the circular wall was decorated ...