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... I was amazed at the natural beauty of the surroundings and excited by the 6km path around the lark where there were many people walking, running and biking. Boats, paddle boarders, rowers and swans all shared the lake. We finished the day with a lovely meal of tai tai (rice with vegetables and chicken in a savoury sauce) and local libations. The lake looked lovelier by night if that is even possible. ...
... the huge hill down to the entry so we parked up and walked down, saving ourselves the ride up that hill. We paid our entry fee and started the walk along the path. It turns into a wooden path built on the side of the gorge for 2 km all the way to the waterfall. This place was so amazing and such a good temperature. We took a lot of pictures and a lot for other people! We should have started charging money for them! When we got to the waterfall we tried to ...
Train travel is always a fun way to see Europe and the train is usually half the fun because there is nothing like it back in the States. A lot of the time the trains are old and usually something the Soviets built back in the 1970's. This train trip was in that vain, to say the least. Also, don't get me started on how much easier riding a train is compared to flying in an airplane, which is no more then a "bus with ...
The trip to Lake Bled, was definitely worth it, as the lake is one of the most beautiful places I've ever witnessed. The weather when we visited was gorgeous, and therefore made the trip even more beautiful.
Just spending the day there, we walked up to the castle and then took a nice walk around the lake before heading back to ...
... is a lovely place with a castle and small river flowing through the middle of it. The architecture, shops and bridges provide plenty to see on a walk around town - everything is close by. Following a quick ride up the funicular, we explored the castle (awesome 360 degree views from the top) and a great Slovenian History Exhibition. In a small chapel within the castle we had our ...