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We caught the train ok to Zagreb from Vienna, it was going to be an eight hour trip with a stop mid-way to change trains for the second leg. The first half was Austrian railways and it was first class all the way with great seats and waiter service. Once we changed to Croatian rail it was a little different, although we were 1st class we were put in a second class carriage (you can tell because it has a "2" but we were told it was 1st class - it wasn't. ...
Yesterday we had the briefing for my next 2 week tour, this time of Northern Slovenia and Croatia and the Italian Alps. My bike is a Suzuki DL 1000 which is the big brother of the 650 I was on for the previous tour. It has more power, more comfort, plus traction control and a slipper clutch. I am the only Aussie on this tour, the rest being from the USA and Canada and all being mounted on BMWs. It was a dull drizzly day when we ...
Drove from Vienna to Sopron in Hungry to have our 20th wedding anniversary lunch of a salad roll and takeaway coffee in our warm car. Then drove through the eastern end of Slovenia into northern Croatia. First time we've been in four countries in one day.we noticed a big variation between countryside and house styles from one Country to another. Stopped at Varazdin for the night and walked that evening in the light rain around this mystical historic town. Quite romantic ...
... of Slovenia's beautiful countryside. Along the way and through the forest were remnants of old trenches used in the second world war. It was so interesting to picture what scenes must have taken place there, and to imagine what must lie in the soil beneath. It inspired me to do some research on the Slovenian landscape during WWII, and I found out that what is now modern day Slovenia suffered some of the worst per-capita population loss in the war ...
... as a
great horticultural garden so we went along. It certainly lives up
to the listing.
Coffee in the cafes here is quite
cheap so Alison is keen to try them all. The beer is also quite
cheap so I am tending more towards the amber fluid as the mandatory
coffee stops become more frequent.
Our next stop was the Stari Grad.
This is the old town fortifications. The Grad (Town council) have
put in a really good museum with industries of ...