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Trip Report ljubljana - loving it so far

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I just wanted to post on our current stay in Ljubljana as I had received encouragement to visit this city on this forum. We have really fallen for this charming city so far. We arrived last night and wandered about the beautiful downtown. The Christmas lights are absolutely beautiful - original and enchanting. Our kids are enthralled. The town has a lively fun feel and we loved walking around window shopping and then enjoyed a fabulous meal at Spazja. It was a bit of a splurge for us but well worth it.

Today we walked around the lovely city park Tivoli and then popped into a couple of boutiques full of local crafts. There are museums aplenty and lots of public art. A great photo exhibit is on display in Tivoli park. We are going to take our kids to the nearby indoor waterpark and amusement park. They have been troopers visiting so many museums with us in the past few weeks so it is time for a bit of fun.

Our bed and breakfast - Slamic - is cosy and comfortable. Spacious warm rooms and exceptionally friendly staff. We are able to park our car in their private garage and easily walk into town. So thanks for the advice to visit here - we find it is a really special place and encourage others to visit as well.

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