We took an early train to Ljubljana (yes, by the end of our time in Slovenia we did figure out how the locals pronounce the capitol city’s name as well as how it is technically pronounced– Lyooblyeana). The scenery from the train was nice; we traveled through the Julian Alps. After dropping off our belongings at the hostel we went to the old town area. We hung out in the town square briefly, listening to a street musician.
For dinner we went to Hot Horse for a horse burger made with real horse meat. It was incredibly large and surprisingly good. Slovenians eat a lot of horse, apparently. It was also for sale in the grocery stores and at the local farmers market.