Pri Mraku Guesthouse
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... 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.
... However, to help the tourist there are two electrical cars that are free for all tourists and older citizens to use to get around parts of the city called ‘gentlemen’.
My last stop for the day was a ride up the funicular to the castle on top of a hill where I had a great meal of traditional Slovenian food. From the top of the castle there was a great view over Ljubljana’s city. I then headed to the train station to catch my train to Vienna, which I made by about 3 minutes. ...
... over and Ro was in desperate need of food so we headed back towards Mestni Trg to get something to eat from a traditional Slovenian restaurant named Skol. Ro devoured a local beer and veal parma in record time whilst i delicately (it took all my self control) ate a stag steak with mushroom sauce. After such a decadent meal we had no choice but to work it all off by climbing the nearby hill to visit the famous Ljubljana Castle. Ljubljana Castle unlike other famous castles such ...
We ate with a couple that we met on the walking tour and told them of our plans to book a car for the following day to get out of the city and see some countryside. We asked if they wanted to join us and reduce the individual cost and they happily agreed. We booked the rental and arranged to meet the following morning.
We went back and relaxed at the hostel for a little while before heading out to a local restaurant or some traditional ...
Ljubljana - Slovenia
After our day at the Plitvice lakes its was a long sweaty bus then train ride to Ljubljana (pronounced libiana) the capital city of Slovenia. We didn't arrive until midnight so it was a quick walk to our hostel then straight to bed.
The next morning we woke up to a beautiful hot day, 29 degrees to be precise! We ventured outside and realised that we were located right near the old part of town which was beautiful. Lots of ...