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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension-Hotel Pibernik Bled
Travel Blogs from Bled
... clockwise and make my way around the lake. While walking, I come across a number of small alcoves where people have decided to stop off and go fishing. In addition, there are 3 separate, large beach areas where everyone has settled in for their day at the beach. Very reminiscent of the beaches at Door County, though the water is a bit clearer.
Continue my walk around the lake and about 3/4 of ...
... some streets were closed. It took about 15 minutes for the hotel staff to figure out the easiest way out of town. Their directions rolled ***** on the second turn when they directed us the wrong way down a one-way street. We tried to figure it out on our own and made it out of town.
Rain was in the forecast and we saw the clouds ahead. Ran into some light then heavy showers, but we slowed down and the driving was okay. Stopped just inside the ...
... remembered the camera this time! Yay)!
We had a brief walk along one side of the lake, with many photo stops, as we had to make up for last night, before finding the signs for the castle. With that, we started the monster of a climb up the hill. it wouldn't even have been so bad if the top half had been a slope, like the bottom, rather than however many stairs there were!
15 minutes later and once inside the castle, the view of the lake below, ...
... had a light cotton scarf. We took the remains of our wine inside, and finished it, plus our coffee, there. The food was good, as was the service – a nice start to Slovenia.
It was still raining lightly when we decided we needed to leave. We rushed to the car, and arrived damp and chilled – but it was better than expected. The drive out of town was easy, and soon the sky had cleared. We saw dramatic snow-covered peaks near the airport ...
... out of style; it meant I would be safe.
I probably should call it rock climbing actually, they weren't mountains, just ginormous rocks. My friend had planned for me to climb two. We passed the second one I was going to climb first. It was a cliff face and something called a level 4, I think, which means medium difficulty. I must say this slightly freaked me out. Medium difficulty and I was a beginner! Yes, I am an Australian and I have been abseiling about three times ...