There was one more morning to spend in Ljubljana and so after breakfast and check out from the Hotel Park we repeated some of our earlier sight seeing through the city. First of all we walked through the market, which was especially busy and vibrant this morning on account of it being Saturday I guessed The stalls were colourful and exciting and the vendors were enjoying brisk trade as the market heaved with hectic activity.
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The weather was better in Ljubljana and we wandered down the left bank of the river and took in some of the sights that we had missed on our previous visit. We started at the heart of the city, Prešeren Square, with a statue of Slovenia’s greatest romantic poet France Prešeren that looks out over the square and the Triple Bridge.
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