The second day we were in Slovenia we decided to head to the capital, Ljubljana. In all honesty I wasn't impressed with Ljubljana. I didn't feel as if there was a lot to see or do there and overall I didn't find the city to be particularly pretty. That being said, I did enjoy the large market that the held in one of the main squares and I also enjoyed the cheap, yet delicious wine. Average price for a glass was about 1.20 euro.
We found a Mexican restaurant in Ljubljana. The most surprising thing? It was actually quite tasty. I enjoyed the flautas the most, but my enchiladas weren't bad either.
A view of the Triple Bridge and the river that runs through Ljubljana.
Some tables at an outdoor cafe
This chef statue was EVERYWHERE. I've not seen it anywhere else in our travels, yet it was a staple in Slovenia.
This was a door of a church, from what I understand these were bishops of the past. Slightly creepy no?
The Dragon Bridge. The dragon is the "mascot" of Ljubljana.
At the top of the castle in Ljubljana, looking down the staircase.
Look closely at the sign...does anything seem slightly odd to you?
Inside the chapel of the castle
I know I promised I'd finish up with the trip today, but honestly there are just too many pictures...so I'll finish up tomorrow.