Hotel Astoria Bled
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Very fast Internet upload speeds (12Mbps) and download was 11 Mbps. Rooms were nicely air conditioned.
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Having discovered all there is in the little vacation town of Bled, I decide to take a detour today to head out to Vintgar Gorge, a magnificent national park that my boy Rick Steves has highly recommended. In addition, it is within walking distance of Bled, so it will not require any public transportation maneuvers by me, so it is an easy pick. …
After a pretty good nights worth of sleep, hop out of bed and make my way to the free breakfast buffet. The buffet has the standard fare of European buffets, eggs, toast, meats and cheeses. Finishing up my hearty breakfast, I head out in the 95 degree heat and sunshine and begin by taking a hike up to the castle. Bled castle is about a 20-25 minute …
When August arrives in Europe, you take vacation. Seemingly everyone takes vacation in August and who am I to sit there and not take one. Living in London, I decide that I want to take a two week trek through places I ordinarily would not go to if I did not live in Europe. Sure, I could go to Italy or Spain, somewhere the rest of Europe and the US …
... it and that's why their Tourism Board pitches their slogan as:
Day 1 : Day Trip from LJ to Vogel (Vogel Ski Resort) (Triglav National Park - Triglavski narodni park), Lake Bohinj (Bohinjsko jezero) and Lake Bled (Blejsko jezero)
Gaurav and I stayed for two nights in LJ in Hostel Vila Veselova run by a sweet lady called Vandana ( she has visited India before). We woke up quite early on 29 June to catch ...
... return to Lienz as it is a perfect base for mountain trekking.
After a good night sleep, I woke up to guess what? Rain again, of course but this time I covered the bike the night before and my saddle was dry for a change.
Out of Lienz at 10am in the usual heavy traffic, wiping my helmet visor from time to time to see where I was going, following queues of cars and trucks, impossible to pass them as you go from villages ...