Ljubljana Resort Hotel & Camp
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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 …
... to foot until she returned, grabbed my coffee and ran. Mission successful. Note to self: always make sure you have a generous supply of coins on you at all times. Since my last entry I've been out and about in Budapest, both at day and night. With a completely free day I took the opportunity to sleep in and have a long breakfast. This was in part to recover from the night before. Around 11 a group of us wandered up to the famous Budapest baths and spent a ...
... It's Thanksgiving today and we almost forgot. We wanted to go to a nice place but the restaurant on the castle that gets good reviews is 20 Euros for the lunch special. That's about half off the normal price and without wine, dessert and tip. It's a trudge up there and a little out of the price range when you're traveling for a year.
We opted for a cheaper but excellent restaurant near the river. We got the set lunch and with 2 wines each and ...
... summer lovefest as I had just been on. Anyway it was over (for now) and the awesome foursome was up for another adventure in another country. So I wiped the tear away and got ready, for our next destination was only eighty kilometres North to the capital of our 23rd country so far on the trip, Slovenia.
Slovenia is relatively unknown back in Australia, but in Europe, it is the new big tourism hotspot. It used to be part of the ...
... a SSN, not very.
Anyhow, during our first night here we planned on having a nice dinner, exploring the city and going to bed early to meet up with the Booths the following day. What really happen is that we had a nice dinner, went to the first sky scraper (12 stories high) that was built during the Cold War, walked around the city square (a couple of blocks) ...