Pri Mraku Guesthouse
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... was still Yugoslavia, or course, and we were very conscious of being in a communist country, although it appeared a much milder form than in East Germany which we were in a few days earlier. I vaguely remember the center of the city and the castle on the hill across the river from the central square, but I don't think we did anything in the way of sightseeing in Ljubljana on that trip. Thirty years later and I’m back!
Ljubljana is a pleasant place but ...
... an awesome ice cream store and bonded over our poor nutrition during this trip. Time to eat better. Since I was running on three hours of sleep I decided that I was going to the movie under the stars that night. It was a great movie, the only issue is that it was in French and Slovene... I understood very little, but I laughed whenever everybody else was laughing and whenever we could understand the tad bits that were in English.
... would be enough to dry me out. And it did!
One tunnel was more then 20km long and it really got warm in the middle with so much traffic travelling through it. Still in Austria, I reached Lienz in the afternoon and stayed at the "Romantik Hotel Traube" in the middle of the town. The room was huge and very comfortable. The rain would not let go, so I took a picture of a picture to show what it is like on a nice day.
... that you grow what you can eat not just look at it. As this train was older, there were no announcements on when the next stop was etc so we were keeping an eye on the stops and times. We arrived at Ljubljana bang on time at 8.40pm. Thank goodness for the Rail pro app!
Even though we left Prague so early we both thought it did not feel like a 14 hour day of travel. We would recommend it to anyone. We then got a taxi to the hotel, with the help of the conductor who took us ...
... brewing scene from a bartender at Sir William's pub.
The traditional food was pretty good, being meat heavy and a mix between German and Hungarian (stews/goulashes). There was also a lot of Italian, which wasn't surprising because of its proximity and the amount of tourists who cannot seem to ever get enough pasta or pizza. I skipped the Italian and had (at varying times) veal, venison and ...