Archive for September, 2011

 Roger’s Harvest ride 2011
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  Posted September 27th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Cycling, Edmonton | 4 comments

Closing the 2011 season in Edmonton

By Zdenko Kahlina

Is there a better time to ride a bike than at the end of September?
It’s perhaps the best time to get out and just ride for the pure pleasure of it. This year September had actually been better than all the previous months in the summer.

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 West Edmonton Mall
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  Posted September 17th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Edmonton, Travel | 5 comments

West Edmonton Mall

From Canadian Encyclopedia

West Edmonton Mall celebrates 30th birthday
The West Edmonton Mall (WEM), once promoted as the “Eighth Wonder of the World,” is a leading tourist attraction in central Alberta.

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 Bojan World Champion!
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  Posted September 15th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Cycling | 2 comments

UCI World Cycling Tour

By Zdenko Kahlina
Photo Alain Buyck

New road world champions crowned in Stavelot (Belgium)
After many years in trying, my old friend Bojan Ropret (Slovenia) finally made it in Belgium this September. He was third in the road race where several different veteran categories raced together

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 THE VRŠIČ PASS
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  Posted September 6th, 2011 by Zdenko  in Travel | 5 comments

Traveling Slovenian Alps

 

The Vršič pass (1,611 m)

 Every time when we spend our holidays in Europe, I bring my bike with me and together with my cycling buddies, we do lots of bike riding. Two years ago we climbed Passo dello Stelvio and Passo Gavia in Italy. This time I brought a group of my friends with me, to climb the highest pass in Slovenia – Vršič.

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 Zagreb time machine
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  Posted September 2nd, 2011 by Zdenko  in Purgerska Nostalgija | One comment

Zagreb retro

Source: Zagreb Tourist board

Dance Along at Zrinjevac Park.
Do you dance? Do you ever, even for a moment, wish to go back to the past? Zagreb time machine will take you to the world of music and customs of times long gone, where tradition is built into space, sounds and people.

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