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... of them all. They were very nice I think, but I'm not sure, so I'll have to sample them again later. As I booked this tour not long ago, all the rooms in the farmhouse are taken, so I have been accommodated in a lovely house, all to myself, 50 metres up the lane. Perfect, assuming I can find it again on my own in the dark after I've had more alcohol forced upon me. Momentarily found wifi belonging to the B&B so will post ...
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 ...
... to have that after the many trials and tribulations of the past few years. I also met her friend and neighbour, a very, very sweet Slovenian country-women. She actually pinched my cheeks! We drove into town that evening for coffee and viewed our favourite stork nest while church bells rang before calling it a day. On Thursday we headed off to Croatia and went to a beautiful city called Varaždin, located not far from the Slovenian ...
... that we could wait around or leave the plane if we didn't want to try the landing in Split again. We decided we would get off the plane as time was not important to us and it sounded like the weather would not change much in Split. When we got back to the terminal they said they would put us up for the night at the Sheraton and fly us out the next day. We figured we where on holidays and one day late to Split wasn't going to worry us. Better to play ...
... 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