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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... around the lake stopping for pizza lunch with giant iced coffee. Took us just under 2 hours mainly because we kept stopping to take photos.
Bumped into Julie on my return and joined her, Judy and Lesley for the famous cream cake for arvo tea.. It's similar to a vanilla slice but not as heavy.
Wanderd aimlessly for an hour or so and then went to a wine tasting followed by dinner of tasty vegetarian ...
... that people from Slovenia and the surroundign countries come here for weekends away, or spend chunks of the summer in cottages nearby. It is full of kids, tourists, and backpackers. Nearly every menu is written in Slovenian, English, Spanish, and German. Everyone working here speaks at least a bit of English, and I wouldn't be surprised if they spoke a bit of a few other languages too.
Slovenia is ...
... lake, which provided another hour or so of amazing views before I made it back to the hostel, bought myself some breakfast and lunch and was dropped at Bled station before my 5 hour journey to Venezia-Mestre, the mainland neighbour to Venice. On the beautifully scenic train journey I chatted to a friendly Italian woman from Parma - who’d lived in Cairns for 6 months - while we travelled through Slovenian mountain passes, following ...
... favourite condiment - chilli oil - all over and buon appetito!
We had stuffed our faces and could barely walk, but somehow managed to make our way to a park opposite the station where we could digest as we wait for our bus. We sat on a bench in the park after Ben scared off the poor lass who was sitting there with his failed and feeble attempt to generate conversation in his best Italian accent. After enjoying some down time we walked to the bus station where we caught ...
... was used by the Romans centuries ago. It is one of the smallest populated capitals of any country in Europe. The people are inviting and love to sit and talk with you. It just so happened that while we were there, the town centre was active with a three on three basketball tournament which drew large crowds. While walking across one of many bridges in the city, I couldn't help ...