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... a short walk to admire the views The river was crystal clear. We also saw the statue dedicated to the four men who, in 1778, climbed Mt. Triglav the highest peak (9396 feet) in Slovenia. We then went to a museum dedicated to the shepherd's existence in the alps region. Had various kinds of locally produced cheese with blueberry brandy at a little eating area by ...
... enough for four people. These seem to be used mostly by seniors.
The tour starts tomorrow afternoon and I've already had a brief chat with one of the Guides. It will be interesting to meet the group.
2014 Sept. 14 - Sunday
I stopped by the front desk after breakfast to settle my bill for the past two nights, and was surprised that there was no sign yet for the time of our tour introduction meeting. I mentioned that the Wi-Fi (LAN) ...
... is the spectacular scenery.
I stopped at the Rhone Glacier which has significantly retreading in the past 50 years and will one day disappear completely.
The "Naturhotel Taleu" where I stayed was about 6 km off the highway in the mountains. Looking at the rain through the window the next morning, I felt like staying there, but the forecast was for more rain. I figured out that with the number of tunnels I was going to ...
... do enough for us, a very personal and warm welcome was backed up by sensational rooms, free wifi, more importantly - free mini bar however it was the little touches like giving us all a bottle of water each as we headed out into the heat for our local city tour.
Ljubljana is a delightful city and we enjoyed meandering back and forth across the bridges and along the old streets which are now lined with bars and restaurants. A trip up to the castle which ...
... might have been viewing down in the city. We were trying to soak in every moment, but needed to feed our appetites so we excitedly headed over to the swanky looking castle restaurant, only to be shut down as the unprepared "fresbians" without a Valentine's reservation. Oops. So it was desert first with mouthwatering cakes at the castle cafe. Then down the trolly (where we even met a fellow Canadian, our first encounter yet in Europe) to a restaurant for ...