Alpik Apartments At Lake Bohinj
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAlpik Apartments At Lake Bohinj Bohinjsko Jezero
Clean and comfortable. Best part was the great location, near Lake Bohinj.
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... It was rowed by a huge guy who's uncle builds Pletnas. On to the island and up another 99 steps. Sheesh. I forgot about those. Jeff pulled the bell. I pulled the bell. Back down the 99 steps. Group photo. Pletna back to the shore. We sat towards the back this time. Back on the bus and we headed up to the Bled Castle. Great views from up there. Jeff used the printing press. We watched someone make a bottle of wine (which ...
We made an advertisement for school work about sonic screwdrivers. Walked around Bled Lake 6 km. It was very beautiful. After our walk we went to visit Jure at his work at the lake where he lifeguards and watched the boats rowing out to the church on the mall island in the middle of the lake. Dad cooked some good cous cous and meatballs and we talked a lot in the ...
Drove to Slovenia to Bled Lake to see a friend but it was raining and or friend we wanted to see was still at work so we drove into the capital Lubjian then back to the Lake. We caught up with Jure our friend and saw him coach a kid's team ice hockey. He cooked some great food and we enjoyed talking with ...
Guess what? It's still raining! After paying for our night at the campsite, we set off for Slovenia. We took the A10 motorway, this is a marvellous piece of engineering! It winds through the mountains through tunnels and accross bridges. The longest tunnel was 6.8 kilometres, it's quite scary to think of all that mountain sat on top of you! We pulled off at lunch time into a small alpine village to get ...
... our legs and had lunch. Yes you are correct, Hofer doesn’t have restaurants, and we ate in the car park.
Despite only having the coordinates, and despite my scepticism, Snoop put us right on the doorstep of our next campsite. Nestled in the Slovenian Alps, Mojstrana is a perfect base camp for climbing and hiking. At Camping Kamne (46.46453, 13.95787) Tracey checked us in and ...