Ljubljana Resort Hotel & Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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 …
... t concerned about finding employment because they are given a significant amount of help from the government too. Obviously, the country cannot continue like this for long, but any politician who presents the idea of changing this will be committing political suicide. Our guide basically said it's a bubble waiting to burst. Unfortunately, she also explained that most of the world has no idea about Slovenia's existence so people around the world wouldn't know if something happened ...
... each with a designated language for the tours. There was a large number of people on the English tour, although it wasn’t the biggest of that tour time. The large tour group size made it a little difficult to take in all the amazing sections of the cave as we moved rather quickly in fact, we only stopped 3 times where microphones had been set up to assist the guides, and constantly being surrounded by people as we walked along the designated paths. The large tour group also ...
... illegal document. He kept pushing the point and asked if it was unlawful or illegal. Our guide, as nice as he was being, you could tell he was getting frustrated with him (as we all were). He was then asked by this Welshman if he knew the difference between "illegal" and "unlawful". He continued to say that, "unlawful was against the law, and illegal was a sick bird (ill eagle)". We all felt like punching him out!
Our tour shortly stared and we were walked around ...
... by Rudi Skocir, a Slovenian Painter and Illustrator. Then, as we left just before three pm, it started to rain. We both decided to give the one and a half hour mercury mine tour a miss so we headed for home.
If we were told that we couldn’t return home and that we would have to ...