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... made chocolate cake!
Sun 26th: Hired bikes locally and took off to Vintgar Gorge. What a beautiful gorge in the mountains with crystal clear water. Then we cycled down to Bled with freezing cold hands on the handlebars and warmed up with soup at a local restaurant. ...
... but he had a killer time. Show off! As a reward for his epic time Ryan treated himself to a croissant at breakfast. Much to his delight it was no regular croissant but a hazelnut chocolate croissant! I had fruit...After breakfast we packed up and headed to the train station. We had time to kill so I went to look for a post office to ship our Oktoberfest outfits home as we are not sure if they will be in style anywhere else on our journey. ...
... a good time!
We start the checking in process and then we sit in the courtyard for much needed coffee and for some reason amazing chicken wings and fries- when on holiday ah?
And now it is after lunch and it is time to get the fun started (no offence to the chicken wings of course!) So off we go to catch a bus out to Lake Bled- a glacial lake with a tiny island in the middle. It is 1.5 hours by bus.. and since we were last on the bus, Greer ...
... to the border with Austria. The town itself is tiny and very cute, lots of cosy pubs and a gorgeous church. After asking numerous locals for directions, all of whom seemed to know where the lake was but equally reluctant to help out an ignorant tourist, some guy took pity on my and pointed me in the right direction. The lake itself is stunning, crystal clear emerald waters and the most picturesque island in the middle, where the famous church and "Wishing ...
... enlisting the Austrians, Hungarian and Slovenes. They planned for months and in October, 1917 waged a huge offensive against the unprepared Italians whose troops were slaughtered by gunfire and an experimental form of poisonous gas. The Italian troops bid a hasty retreat and were vilified by their countrymen for doing so. I think the Slovenes felt remorseful for the horrific outcome. Ironically, the Slovenes as 'Bad Guys' fought against Italy in WW1, and as 'Good Guys' (members of ...