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  • Sightseeing | Croatia > Mali Ston
    Updated at Jul 2,2013

    We continued to Ston and Mali Ston in the Pelješac peninsula. The wall that connects the two points stretches for 5 km and is considered the second biggest wall in Europe. It is an impressive wall. 

  • Sightseeing | Slovenia > Bled
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We had some strength left, and so we took a boat ride to the island on Bled Lake which cost us €12 per person, but only my husband visited the church on the island, which required a climb of 80 stairs (there is a limit on how many stairs one should climb during a trip). 

  • Sightseeing | Croatia > Nehaj Fortress
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    Day 11 – Visiting Villa Angelina

    With sorrow we bid our farewells from Plitvička and turned in the direction of the beach road to the city of Snej, which wasn’t on our original plan, but since we were excited about the beach road we wanted the get there quickly. Right away we climbed to the Nehaj Fortress which is located on the top of a hill and the view from it to the island of Krak is absolutely amazing. 

  • Sightseeing | Slovenia > Ljubljana
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We walked along the river till we reached the triple bridge and the beautiful red Franciscan Church. We moved along to the open market where we bought some souvenirs and gifts, toured along the alleys and for lunch stopped at Julia's restaurant, which was beautiful from inside but serves just mediocre food. After lunch we took a ride on the miniature train that goes to the fortress every round hour. The fortress is beautiful, with a view of the snowy mountains and the whole city stretched beneath our feet. The train cost €3 per person for the round trip. Naturally, on the way back we stopped one more time in the Park Hotel to check out how the gibanica and the Kremšnita were (a perfect 10 score). When we got back to Ravnik we gave Mojca a present and a thank-you letter.