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 …
I broke my fingernail to the quick today. And if that's the worst thing that happened in a day, it must have been a pretty excellent day.
We woke up in the funky Yellow Room in Zagreb after a restless night as the hostel is right beside some night clubs and a taxi rank, so there was a lot of shouting and engine noise through the night as it was too warm to shut the window. Also, some annoying Squirt had managed to accidentally set one alarm on her mobile for 2.30am and another ...
... uniform. On this trip, my tickets were "punched" a total of three times. An older man and his wife boarded in Villach and sat across from me, but at that point we didn't talk much (that fact becomes more interesting later). The train passed through a LONG tunnel at the border, which took at least fifteen minutes to get through. When the train emerged from the tunnel, it was apparent that we were now in Slovenia as the buildings looked different and of course ...
... from that, I had a super zen morning reading by the pool, and then left the hostel with plenty of time to catch my 2pm bus to Ljubljana. I didn't have a local bus ticket and the bus driver was out of tickets to sell, but he let me stay on the bus for free instead of walking with my giant bags. Everything seemed to be going well - in fact, I got to the bus station 1.5 hours early. You would think that would be enough time to find my bus, but it was ...
... and stalagmites, and as we scaled the cave's corridors they opened up suddenly into an enormous chamber with a massive water system flowing through it, falling right inside the cave - it was unreal. It honestly felt like we were trekking through the mines of Moira from Lord of the Rings - the feeling of seeing something so grand your jaw just drops. We really wish we were able to capture a picture of it, but it was a cave after all. It was quite a hike out ...