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    Day Trip (4/4)

    by Redang Written Dec 29, 2009

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    Take the car and drive back, but instaed of going to Stara-Fuzina, take the road on your right (main pic) to Kaminje, Bohinjska Bistrica, Zelezniki to the beautiful town of Škofja Loka (second pic).

    On the way to ��kofja Loka (Slovenia) ��kofja Loka (Slovenia)

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    Day Trip (3/4)

    by Redang Written Dec 29, 2009

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    Once you reach the lake, drive leaving it on your right for about 4 kms. and you will reach a parking area (you have to pay to leave the car; 3,00 € in August '09).

    Once there, be ready to walk up along a path but with steps and quite steepy. After around 20 minutes, you will see Slap Savica/Savica Waterfall (by the way, you have to pay for walking along that path; 2,40 € in August '09).

    Savica Waterfall (Slovenia)

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    Day Trip (1/4)

    by Redang Updated Dec 28, 2009

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    I'd like to recommend you a day trip from Ljubljana.

    Let's begin the day going to Bled taking the road A 2. The town is about 55 kms. northwest of Ljubljana.

    Pics:
    - Main: On the way to Bled.
    - Second: Lake of Bled.

    To Bled (Slovenia) Bled (Slovenia)

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    Univerza v Ljubljani/University of Ljubljana

    by Redang Written Dec 22, 2009

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    The Univerza v Ljubljani/University of Ljubljana building is located on the site of the former Provincial Mansion (Deželni dvorec), where provincial governor deputies held office and resided until 1.791. Since 1.919 it has been the seat of the University of Ljubljana.

    Where: Kongresni trg 12; 1000 Ljubljana

    University of Ljubljana (Slovenia) University of Ljubljana (Slovenia)

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    Vodnikov Trg/Square

    by Redang Written Dec 22, 2009

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    The Vodnikov Trg/Square was built after the earthquake of 1.895, when an old monastery housing a diocesan college and a library had to be pulled down. The square was named after the Slovenian poet Valentin Vodnik (second pic).

    Where: Market area, behind the Cathedral.

    Vodnikov Square (Ljubljana, Sloveia) Vodnik Monument (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

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    Ribji Trg/Square

    by Redang Written Dec 21, 2009

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    Ribji trg (Fish Square) is the smallest square in the city, it developed from the former Ribja ulica street after the earthquake of 1.895. From the 16th century onwards, Ribja ulica (Fish Street) was the location of a fishing pier and a fish market, and the oldest building, constructed in 1.528, is here.

    Where: From the Prešeren trg, cross the river along the Triple Bridge and turn right. Walk along the river (on your right), and the square will show up on your left.

    Ribji Square (Ljubljana, Slovenia)

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    Čevljarski Most/Cobblers' Bridge

    by Redang Written Dec 15, 2009

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    Built by the architect Jože Pleènik between 1.931 and 1.932, the bridge (main pic) is over Ljubljanica River (second pic, taken from the bridge).

    Where: From Prešeren trg, walk along the river on your right.

    Cobblers' Bridge (Ljubljana, Slovenia) Ljubljanica River (Ljubljana Slovenia)

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    Insouciant public art work

    by craic Updated Jun 13, 2009

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    I was running for the train to Venice - me and Krista - dragging my dumb suitcase which had lost its handle as I stepped on the ferry to Dubrovnik at Bari - brand new suitcase lost its handle the sod - when as we are about to descend into the tunnel that takes you to the platforms I saw an arty, bronze-like drain grille embedded in the asphalt. I was bemused. I stopped and stared and shouted - "Krista, it seems to be something to do with James Joyce!"
    It was like a hallucination, I couldn't make sense of it.
    But Krista flogged me onwards and luckily the train was a few minutes late so I made it.

    Bye bye Ljubljana. Thanks for everything.

    But then the arty drain grille started working on me so I asked Krista to check on it.

    And it is indeed a homage to James Joyce. They had a Bloom's Day in Ljubljana and as the only place he ever set foot in Ljubljana was the station - when he was on the train to Trieste and got off in Ljubljana by mistake - the Bloom's Day organisers put in this drain-grille.
    It is so very odd and hallucinatory that it is very nearly my favourite thing in this city.
    I am hoping to persuade Krista to let me use her photo of it.
    Why a drain grille? Krista says it was because he stepped off the train into a puddle
    And she also suggests it would be interesting to know what book he was reading that was so enthralling he couldn't tell the difference between Ljubljana and Trieste.

    Krista got the pic for me!

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    Ljubljana

    by olja1234 Updated Aug 31, 2008

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    My favorite daily walk with my doggy Timy

    This is another small pond close to the first one. It is a bit smaller and much more wild. Walking around you lose the feeling, you're practically in the town.
    Just a place to relax, to listen birds' singing in the early morning..to enjoy

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    Ljubljana

    by olja1234 Updated Aug 31, 2008

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    The outskirts of town. Near the place where I live
    Ljubljana is pretty green town. It has some beautiful parks and also two "hills" - Roznik and Golovec.
    This photo is taken in early Spring in Golovec region. This small pond is favorite place for local fishermen.

    A small lake
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    • Fishing

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    flea market every Sunday

    by paragianna75 Written Feb 18, 2008

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    Every Sunday there is a flea market along the banks of Ljubljanica river with lots of old stuff and paintings and anything you can think of...That scene reminded me very much the sunday flea market in the old center of Athens :) You can find from books, old paintings of Tito, antique cars, stamps and many other old things.After that you can enjoy your coffee to one of many coffees around, the perfect sunday morning!

    I got this lamp from the flea market

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    Hare Krishna

    by leics Written Aug 20, 2007

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    Both times I've been to Ljubljana I've seen the Hare Krishna people; don't know why, maybe they travel round the city every day or maybe they were just on their way to do their shopping at the market.

    Whatever, they are an absolute joy! The London Hare Krishna people parade around too, but their chanting is nowhere near as exuberant and happy as this (perhaps it's the difference in weather?). Their huge grins and bounciness are infectious, and I did enjoy seeing them!

    Hare Krishna, Hare Rama..........
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    Catežke toplice = hot springs

    by Glorija Updated Aug 2, 2007

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    Terme Catež (friendly 4 star resort) health resort is the largest among 15 Slovenian natural health resorts and the second largest tourist centre in Slovenia.

    Beside health resort programmes have Terme Catež formed variable offers of sport and recreational activities.

    Golf: The 18 hole golf course stretches itself on 70ha directly at the castle Hotel Golf castle Mokrice.

    View on the outside pools Where Catez is located in Slovenia
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    Clubbing on coast

    by Glorija Updated Jul 7, 2007

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    The city of Izola (Slovenian coast) in specially known because of its night club named Ambasada Gavioli.

    For more details check my Izola page: The Biggest night club in Slovenia

    It is the leading and very popular club in Slovenia. They hosted world known music names and they still do. House, techno, progressive or trance. Electronic is the type of music they usually have.

    I have visited the club often when I was younger
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    Trnovo

    by Dabs Updated Jun 24, 2007

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    We wandered into the suburb of Trnovo when we were looking for a restaurant, Harambasa Okrepcevapnica, it's within walking distance of the city center. It's on the southern end of Ljubljana, follow the river south to St. James Church, turn right on Zoisova Cesta, turn left on the 1st major street which is Emonska Ul. and follow that a few blocks until you see a church and a bridge.

    There are a couple of things to see here, listed as you'll come across them:

    Wall from ancient Emona-along Emonska at Krakovska, there is a section of the wall from ancient Emona

    Trnovo Bridge-facing the church, built in 1932, designed by Plecnik, the architect responsible for much of Ljubljana, it's got pyramids on the ends and a statue of John the Baptist in the middle

    Church of St. John the Baptist-built in 1855, renovated after the 1895 earthquake, it's where the poet Preseren, who called Trnovo "a place of miserable name", first laid eyes on his unrequited love, Julija Primic. It was open when we were there so we popped in to have a look

    Plecnik's House-directly behind the church,he lived here from 1921-1957 when he died, we didn't go inside but the guidebook says you can see his equipment, books, plans and furniture in the modest house and studio where he lived, open Tues-Thurs 10am-2pm, 4pm-6pm and Sat 10am-2pm, admission is 3E

    Ancient wall of Emona St. John the Baptist St. John the Baptist Trnovo Bridge Trnovo Bridge

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