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... t cover much physical ground but was, as always, very informative and we see all of the important stuff. I learned that Slovenia was never an autonomous state until 1991 but that Slovenian as a language has existed for about a thousand and Slovenians identify with each other largely through language. In the main square in the old town is a statue of a poet, rather than a conqueror or military officer, because of the importance of the ...
... a major facility with grandstands and
extensive boat sheds. It looked very serious stuff. On the river
side a yacht race was happening. The river is very wide.
After the required length of walk we
settled in to a cafe /bar for a quiet beer beside the river.
We had taken the tram out and that was
an eye opener in itself. ...
... good, and it is!!! I had a HUGE slice of Margherita Pizza - and it was DELICIOUS!!! An hour or so later I was in the hotel with my feet up and a Johnny Walker nearby with ice (one has to go to the restaurant to get a fancy ice bucket for our ice...) - I arrived literally minutes before Maria got in from her meetings so she was able to put her feet up for a bit with a glass of chilled vino before she had to head out for the official 'banquet' :-)
We opted to take the later train to Croatia from Slovenia. Since the later train did not leave until 2:45pm we got to relax a little bit in the morning. We ate the breakfast that was included with the hostel and once again John ate and ate. I am happy for the free breakfasts because I do not have to hear that he is hungry for at least a few hours. Breakfast was simple but good... I enjoy having cereal and milk again because we didnīt have that in Ecuador very often. We were the ...
... because I was sweating so much. Everyone else was the same it was so ridiculous.
We finally came to a stop somewhere at the border, where we had to get our passports checked. They only had 2 guards for the whole train so we were stuck there for 1.5 hours while they checked everybody's passports.
SO our 6 hour train ended up taking us 8 hours, with no food, water or air conditioning. It was hands down the worst travel experience I have ever had (which I ...