From one capital to the other: last Thursday we were in Rome and now we shall visit Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It was summer and this was a 2-hour stroll with an old friend.
Just earlier I saw Ljubljana in an Ostendnomad’s blog post where he calls it the city of love. I don’t know what he was up to over there but he might be right: You certainly love it once you get away.
Then I remember the long wait for the sun in the winter, mayor’s sucking up to tourists, and worst of all, the city’s often dissatisfied, nagging, condescending and discriminatory inhabitants and am content to see it in the pictures.
Hmmm, might have caught the nagging virus. Didn’t live there for 40+ years for nothing. Or is it just a cold?
Before we have a look at some of the doors in the city centre, a peculiar message on the wall next to the entrance to this home for the elderly which you can see above: “If you’re lucky, even a rooster will lay an egg for you.”
Here are some door eggs for you then.