Ljubljana Resort Hotel & Camp
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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 …
... hunt the spoon also returned during breakfast the next day. 10 July 2014 Bikes were dismantled and boxed up. The ride has come to an end. Awesome trip. Beautiful scenery, lots of laughs and friendly Slovenian people. After a fairly slack day Gus and I decided to go out for dinner. We wandered into town via an English pub, an Irish pub and various other establishments. Unfortunately there was a protest on I the city centre and Gus did his utmost to get interviewed. ...
... No ticket! You Ljubljana, no ticket, Ljubljana!' 'Do you need help?' Asks random American man. 'I need a bus ticket to Slovenia' 'to where? I don't think they have buses wherever that is. Ask this person and good luck kid' Go ask 'you speak English?' 'Yes' 'can you tell me where to buy a bus tic...' 'No! No bus ticket! I don't sell bus tickets! Don't ask me for help! Train station, maybe they help you, now go away!!' Walk over to train ...
... big clothes was in London. So it was probably high time. It's nice to have clean clothes. As a traveller you do learn to appreciate the small things I guess. Nika wasn't the most attentive host. She normally wanted me to make the decisions, buuut I didn't know a lot about Ljubljana. I think it might have been an age thing, she's only just turned 21. And I guess she has her life and school to worry about. But she was nice enough. In the afternoon I caught my bus to Zagreb, in Croatia ...
... the hall is nearby and I'm in a new room. I will take a taxi tomorrow to the museum and go on my day trip on the rainiest day on Sunday. Besides, there will be nothing else to do on Easter Sunday.
I will leave you here for now and look into grabbing a bite before I head out to my concert. It's the Slovene Philharmonic Orchestra playing Beethoven.
I should mention that although most locals speak a bit of English or even speak it well, ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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