Address: Petkovskovo nabrezje 47, Ljubljana, 1000, Slovenia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Petkovskovo nabrezje 47, Ljubljana, is near Old Town, Preseren Square, Kanal, and Centromerkur.
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      Ljubliana, Slovenia

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Nov 26, 2014

      1 comment, 23 photos

      ... try and he said there are only 2. He used to be a Lasko man but now is a "Union" man. I tried a Lasko earlier so I told him "I'm a Union man too." Both are good lagers.

      We told him about our trip and where we've been. He wanted to practice his English and learn more but he had to work. It was a fun way to end our first day in the country. We zig zagged back to our hotel past more lovely buildings and called it a night.

      We did most ...

      Ljubljana! Learn to pronounce it and GO!

      A travel blog entry by pickledaardvark on Nov 10, 2014

      1 comment, 6 photos

      ... tablet for 4am. Ouch. So we didn't hurry ourselves to get showered and packed up, but I didn't intend to leave the hostel as late as 10.10, which is when we did end up leaving. I had a slight concern; the Bus Croatia site gives all the Times of buses to Ljubljana, which was our destination today, but I couldn't find any information on where passengers are supposed to buy tickets - on the bus, from a ticket office, or otherwise. I wanted to catch the 11.30am bus as the next wasn't until ...


      A travel blog entry by meganfisher on Jul 24, 2013

      15 photos

      ... artists performing.

      As I was in a big city, I went on a walking tour. It was by far the most interesting tour I have ever been on. I am not sure that I can tell you a lot about the city after it, but there was a man (who may have been from Canada, this was not all that clear), who needed some sort of psychiatric help. He would have been the perfect patient for the Glenrose. Anyways, somehow he was traveling around Europe alone. He would ...

      Austria, Slovenia

      A travel blog entry by elijahjatovsky on Jul 18, 2012

      19 photos

      ... popular water fall near our trail head that attracted tourists). Armed with our map, two liters of water each, a couple loaves of bread, cheese, fruit and no knife (we both conveniently forgot ours the one day we needed it) we began the trek up. "Trek" is a bit of an understatement. It was more often a literal climb. It was a roughly 900 meter ascent over the course of 2.5 kilometers. While 2.5 kilometers might not sound like a lot, we were essentially scaling the face of ...

      Beginning the Journey Through the Slavic Lands

      A travel blog entry by linzstoker on Apr 27, 2012

      26 photos

      ... so each day began with some coffee and a pastry from a café next to our building, then a leisurely stroll through the park as we consumed our brunch, then a random exploration of the city’s history. It boasts some beautiful baroque architecture, a lovely river along which people sip drinks, read books and nap, and a nearly thousand-year-old castle overlooking it all. I was liking this country very much ...