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... head back down the mountain and now realise how
big those drops are off the edge this winding road or perhaps track describes this
better. Then onto Lake Predil and a stop for coffee and then onto
Italy and drop through a long steep valley then over Nassfeld Pass and back into
Austria - a touch of rain but nothing will dampen today's experience
AUSTRIA, SLOVENIA AND ITALY IN ONE DAY !!!
It has been cloudy and rainy since Tata and I arrived so it is difficult to go out and explore this beautiful land. In truth it is for the best as the journey still has us adjusting to the time change. We lost 6 hours exiting the Eastern time zone and entering Central Europen Time. My body clock is greatly off which affects my sleep substantially. I know in the days to come I will being to adjust but for now ...
... rooms, which today house a museum and restaurant.
It also offers stunning views of the lake and island below. All-in-all, it was a lovely morning.
On the way back to the hotel, I passed a market selling handmade jewellery and art/craft things, and I bought a pair of earrings.
After lunch, we all headed into ...
We arrived into Zagreb a little late last night as the Croatian police held the train up for aaaaaaaaaages! And then unfortunately we couldn't find our hostel that we had booked a night at. Probably because it was right over the other side of town in the suburbs. We finally found it about 2am. We were lucky, we had the 6 bed dorm to ourselves. It was a really nice place (we thought at the time anyway) it was really clean, pretty new looking, cheap, had a nice bathroom and the ...
... there was a little bit of snow around but it wasn't freezing which was nice. Here we had a little bit of time to kill so I had some hot food (as lunch had just been snacks on the bus) and then from here we had to catch a tram to the train station for the next leg of our journey. We spent our last few kuna at the train station as Slovenia is an EU country and we didnt have enough cash for it to ...