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- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was. Thousands of stalactites and stalagmites, some like spaghetti, some like curtains, some joined from top to bottom to form 'cave pillars'; and some huge caverns that they hold concerts in. They have their own cave dragon which we were excited to see but turns out he's just a pale salamander but he can go for 5 years without eating - imagine that. At the exit was the icon (and subsequent logo) of Postojnska Jama caves which was a huge 5m stalagmite that we were ...
... rocks and using our boat as a slide to slide off big rocks! Duncan used it as a trampoline to somersault off the rocks instead. Our guide laughed a lot at Joey as her wetsuit was so huge! The Serbian guy in our boat somehow fell out on the other side of the boat after being catapulted over Duncan and the boys jumped off a very high rock! It was very good fun! We were then back with Dennis ...
... for road snacks. We introduced our guests to many of our favorites (hot dogs baked into buns, paprika chips, Tibi chocolate), and let them explore - a fun way to get us on the road for a long (more than 5 hours) drive.
Then it was off on a long drive. Around Budapest, past Lake Balaton, a right-hand turn just before entering Croatia (yes, yes, everyone says Croatia is great but juggling a ...
... 2.08, and thought we had missed the stop. Fortunately, a lady in the carrage kindly told us, upon seeing our sheer terror, thar we hadn't missed it, but were just running late (phew)!
Once in Ljublyana, we had time to find some luch, so, as we haven't had one yet, we saw a McDonalds sign, and headed in! It was so good... Unfortunately, We are both pretty slow eaters, and upon checking the time, realised we had less than ...
... only three minutes to make my connecting train ride that would take me into Slovenia. The short time gap was due to us being a few minutes late, but fortunately the next train platform was only a few meters away. I jumped on and off we were. The journey to the capital city of Ljubljana was just as scenic. Crossing the border involved going under a mountain tunnel nearly 10 miles long, and once we popped out, the mountains grew and the forests became more dense. There was an ...