Ahotel Hotel Ljubljana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
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Tel que prévu, nos nouveaux compagnons de voyage sont atterris à l'heure, sur les ailes d’Air France à Zagreb. Et dire qu’ils l’ont esquivé de justesse, la grève est terminée depuis deux jours.
Nous prenons immédiatement la route pour Ljubljuna, la capitale de la Slovénie, à bord de notre grosse Skoda Octavia wagon. La …
... were a lot of really nice small restaurants and gelato shops. At one point, I walked past a bride & groom and of course wished them “congratulations”. There was a small boy with them as well as an older man (father of the bride?). As I continued further towards the Triple Bridge, I could hear the sounds of a street musician so went to have a look.
There was a “one man band” playing right beside the bridge. He was playing ...
... return to Lienz as it is a perfect base for mountain trekking.
After a good night sleep, I woke up to guess what? Rain again, of course but this time I covered the bike the night before and my saddle was dry for a change.
Out of Lienz at 10am in the usual heavy traffic, wiping my helmet visor from time to time to see where I was going, following queues of cars and trucks, impossible to pass them as you go from villages ...
... the Dragon bridge. It's one of the famous landmarks with 4 large dragons at each end of the bridge guarding the entry. It was built in 1900-1901, and there is a local legend that this bridge can check if a woman is a virgin still - if she passes the bridge and the dragons tail moves - she's a virgin. If it doesn't move, then she isn't haha!!! And the tail didn't move when any of the group passed the bridge LOL!
we then continued ...
... the one in Vienna as it had a lot of arts and crafts as well as eatables. Each vendor had something different to offer as well. After the market, we had lunch at this adorable cafe called Le Petit Cafe - thanks to TripAdvisor!
After lunch we went back to our hostel to get ready for our afternoon trip to Lake Bled. We could have planned the trip ourselves and found a bus to take us there but we decided to book a guided tour that would pick us up. We were hoping ...