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... first stop was a playground so my niece could blow off some energy, then we headed to the main square. We were inspired by it's beauty and charm, with architectural and cultural marvels all around us. One of my favourite sightings was a group of young children dressed in white gowns being lead by a nun to church; the square must have been home to similar images for centuries. Neat! In the evening I went for a run in the country on a trail that ...
... life. We biked past horses, cows, goats, sheep, turkeys, chickens and local women in their house-dresses working in their fields; often exchanging smiles which was really nice. It was as if we went back in time. After lunch we hit the pools and relaxed up a storm. At dinner we met a really nice British couple who were visiting a property they own in the area. I learned that years ago many British people bought into the Slovenian real estate market hoping for returns ...
... a fish! She absolutely loved every minute of it. We are learning a few words here and there, and having fun trying them out on the locals. We are also adapting to our hotel's interesting evening entertainment, which consists of a guy playing keyboard over pre-loaded synth tracks to the same 3 songs, over and over again. If I hear his version of Toto's 'Africa' again I might snap. Gotta love that Eastern European entertainment! Until next ...
Neither of us had any expectations of Slovenia so didn't know what to expect, we had originally struggled to find a campsite in the area but on further investigation we found Camping Kekec so headed for it. Its at the foot of Mountain Pohorje in Maribor and has stunning views, we had stunning views throughout our journey through Slovenia.
Maribor is famous for having the oldest Vine in the world, over 400 years old and therefore is also a fairly well ...
... in a baroque city
palace. This was advertised as old masters and it certainly was.
There was a paintings also by unknown artists “of the school of x
or y”. These were interesting to see. A Rubens (fully clothed)
portrait of an unknown noblewomen was fascinating as were a lot of
Dutch still life oils of the C16.
Back to our flat to check out our move
to Zagreb tomorrow, catch up on the blog, and maybe a cheese on toast