Ahotel Hotel Ljubljana
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Ljubljana
... taxi driver approached us on the quiet and said he would take us for 7 euro and it would only be 40 minute drive and we paid 6 euro 20 cents and took 2 and a half hours. He then proceeded to get a few more to make it worth his while, so all together we were 10 in a 8 seater taxi and unfortunately Daz and I sitting virtually on top of one another in the front and me panicked as the meter hit 140 km per hour!!!!!! It was a fast trip!!!! Not sure how we survived.
... while she organised with Train Inspector for us to meet the Ljubljana train at another stop before Maribor. How lucky did we feel..... I guess 'good karma!' Arrived Ljubljana 9.40pm Raining. Things learned or reinforced today.... 1. It can be lonely in a cemetery; also if you get tired of walking, a taxi may appear. That's a location joke, you had to be there. 2. Don't ride in a subway if you're feeling light headed 3. People can be generous & friendly just when you need it. ...
... move in Russia. Quite a character, I hope that we meet up again.
Up a little late, I caught a bus to Kamnik, just north of Ljubljana, from where I would get to and hike on the Velika Planina - a kind of mountaintop plateau with a small collection of herdsmen’s huts at 1600m in the Slovenian alps. On the bus I met a 65 year old Japanese bloke, who was rather shocked (as most are) when I started talking to him in Japanese but happily ...
... children play in the plush grass and cyclists whiz past on their way home from work. We had intended to visit the Gardens not only to enjoy being outdoors and amongst some greenery, but also so we could find the famous Horse Burger stall called Hot Horse. After walking almost the full length of the gardens we stumbled upon the small unassuming food stand. Ro tucked into his horse burger and I my horse wrap. It was nice… like most burgers/wraps but i don't think it was ...
... justify the cost of entry on top of the other costs we had budgeted for the day we enjoyed the architectural splendour from the outside. Jermaine being, well, Jermaine he found plum tree and we all sampled some local plums as we sat and admired the view of the castle and the valley below filled with pines and trees in amber tones.
We decided to continue onward toward Skocjan Caves, our planned destination. We had discovered earlier that the tour of the caves ran at ...