Thursday, March 14, 2013

Only in Ljubljana

While here we have seen a few unusual (to us anyway) sights

First there was the milk machine on the edge of the market. A machine dispensing raw milk into bottles for 1 euro per litre.

 

 

 

 

Then there was the wooden framed bike, locked up on a bike stand with other "normal bikes"

And there was the memorial plaque to James Joyce. Located in the gutter at the train station with the inscription below his details saying James Joycce had spent a night in Ljubljana in October 1904

It was located beside the fish skull art over the gutter drain cover. The skulls we had seen elsewhere in the city, particularly at Butchers Bridge.

 

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