Here is a good idea if you plan to go to Slovenia: a medieval, well-preserved, picturesque town called Škofja Loka with a 150-year-old coffee and cake house, among other things. It goes without saying that they’ve got doors too.
On this August day, the last of my amore’s visit since he had to return to work, we went on a mega day trip that included the beautiful Soča river with the lunch at Most na Soči, a hike to the blue chapel Javorca, a visit to the cheese farm where we bought us some of that, but our first stop was the lovely old town of Škofja Loka, only 23 km from the capital Ljubljana. It was first mentioned in writing in 973, which is almost exactly one thousand years before I was born.
Today part I. of its doors, in which we descend from the castle to follow father and his memory of the oldest sweet shop in Europe. He WOULD remember something like that. It is called Homan and it’s conveniently in the centre of the town. While parents, amore and bestia were chilling in the shade of its garden, I had a 5-minute door dash in which I took all of today’s photos after the one with the cakes.
And since we continued in another direction, they haven’t even seen any of that. Don’t make their mistake.