Ahotel Hotel Ljubljana
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... setting of Lake Bled, the city feel of Ljubljana to the gorgeous coastline of the Adriatic I felt like I could have spent the whole 8 weeks just exploring this country. We had 1 full day in Ljubljana and spent it all in the old town area. We started with a boat ride on the river in an old handmade wooden boat that cruised for an hour under the many bridges and along the less urban areas of town. A great way to see the sights from a different ...
... if the day was a stop at a small local restaurant on the bank of the Krka river. The theme was woods and water. All food came from the forest or the river. Venison and trout were offered for the main meal, with several appetizers made from, trout ( three kinds) , mushrooms , horseradish, zucchini, along with fresh lettuce, tomatoes and local herbs. Presentation and taste was interesting and a wonderful way to enjoy a taste of Slovenia. This place would never be found ...
... from our place. It was a brisk 23 degrees out but it was not too bad if we kept moving. We stopped first to admire the decorations on the main square. The lights were not on during the day but there seemed to be quite a few set up and we would have to return to see them later. We listened to some men play Eastern European versions of Christmas songs. They sang in the tone of voice that we associate with this region (all minory and stuff) and in Slovenian. They were really good.
... were a few authentic meat, nut and fruit vendors open for business. There were groups of elderly men or women throughout the market sitting on crates outside their stores chattering away. Although we couldn't understand a word of what they were saying, we knew they were regulars and their gas bagging was a regular event too. The vaulted ceilings and wooden arched store fronts were quaint and historical. This market would have probably been a little overwhelming to see during ...
... unit. That’s all. There was only a small window behind the beds letting in a little light and brightening up the cell. We loved it and were thankful that Andrew and Sacha had told us about this place. Once we had put down our bags and taken a few photos through the cell bars we looked up a place for dinner. In most cities we had been using Urbanspoon and Trip Advisor to find places to eat so here we decided with it being so late we needed to look up a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services