Hostel Situla

Address: Dilanceva ulica 1, Novo Mesto, 8000, Slovenia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Dilanceva ulica 1, Novo Mesto, is near Vitarium Spa & Clinique.
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Travel Blogs from Novo Mesto

Day 51.. A sick day off

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Sep 04, 2013

... my first time ever (for a coal bbq) - i may have had the help of a deodorant can... then made Paul lemon and honey tea and fed him an orange and made vegetable soup. This took a while as the vegies had to cook, but it was worth it in the end and Paul had heaps. Then for the remainder of the day whilst Paul slept, I cooked potatoes, carrots, mushrooms and capsicum in foil in the hot coals and red my book in the sun. We ...

Down by the bank

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Sep 02, 2013

Hello everyone, Hope you are all well and have had a lovely day so far. Paul and I are sitting by the bank of the beautiful river along side the camp we are staying at. Kamp slapić. It's really beautiful here. We have added some photos too. It poured quite a bit last night, all through the night and until about 1pm or so. It was quite cold too, probably about 10-15 degrees or so. So we had a pretty relaxing morning, spent ...

Day 47 ... Time to start the village dog choir

A travel blog entry by adventurenonni on Aug 31, 2013

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... set off in little huff and went on our way. We road south along some back roads towards Karlovac , our point of destination, through some really tiny towns. We decided to set up camp after 30kms or so. We turned off the main ish road to find a spot to camp and found some very tiny cute little towns, which weren't even on the map! At all! We hit a few complete dead ends where the road just ended into a corn field or someone's house. The houses were so so cute. They were in ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Aug 01, 2013

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... in us that any scratch, no matter the size, that we might make now had a 600 Euro bond hanging over it. To be honest, I would have rather had the biggest **** box in the land rock up that had more imperfections, bumps and scratches than Freddy Krueger's face.
Either way, we were stuck with the almost brand new car and were a fair bit behind our planned departure time, so we shot off toward the South of Slovenia.

Even though we had a ...

Hungarian Goulash

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Aug 23, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... the Hungarian border at Sahy and changed our euros for forints. A thousand forints is 2.80, which means that filling the tank with diesel cost an alarming 29,500 forints (actually, a lot cheaper than England.) We had to get yet another type of vignette, this time an electronic one. Incidentally the roads in Hungary, as in Slovakia and Poland, can be a bit rough and rutted by the wheels of heavy ...