Ljubljana Resort Hotel & Camp
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLjubljana Resort Hotel & Camp
Love the grass! Real soft 'English' lawn to put your feet on. Playground is super for the kids. Small & quiet, ideal.
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We packed up yesterday in the full heat! It was the toughest day yet: just too hot! It took us ages and even though this was one of the shortest moves on the trip it was certainly the longest day! The first day where it wasn't fun & the first day we wished the heavens would open and rain on us! We eventually got going around 1pm - we paid up …
... it was sort of hilarious. It probably didn't help that Borut was not exactly sure where the turn off was, mind you. We had also been driving for sometime looking for a car park so ironically, for a small city, it was a long trip. :) Finally the brains of the operation, me, and I say that with complete sarcasm, remembers I have a map of the city; oops-that would have been useful ages before, obviously. We finally find the turn off we are looking for on the map and ...
... such time, such a long day of sightseeing and not yet over. With just an hour to unpack in Ljubljana we were out for dinner in a restaurant in the formidable castle overlooking this charming township. At its base was a puppet theatre, restaurants and the base of the funicular which transported us to the upper level where the castle had been restored to become a cultural centre. And so the penultimate stage of the day, dinner and wine and finally ...
... me of his travels in Europe and previous trip to Australia. Though he’d planned to just explore the town a little, on arriving in Kamnik he decided to accompany me on the cable car up to the Velika Planina, just for an hour or so, and paid for our taxi ride to the foot of the mountain. We made our way, walking on and sometimes in knee-deep snow, up to the first part of the settlement, where there is a small kiosk, a load of these wooden herdsmen’s huts ...
... as the characters, Mercutio, Tybalt, Friar Laurence and Paris. Da Porto set the scene in Verona, however, in his real life story, the towers of the two families could be seen in Montecchia (Italian translation - Montague) Maggiore. I have included some photos from the real homes of the Montagues and Capulets as well as the Da Longo villa in Montorso. I don't know, you may not find ...