BEST WESTERN Gorizia Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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To be a tourist in Slovenia is so easy, it's perfect for the tourist that hasn’t bothered to learn any other language and has done absolutely no research. Each town has Tourist information. So we go straight there, they size up each tourist and slot them in to the correct holiday. Accommodation, activities, and food no one is going to have a bad time in Slovenia. We have never met these people but they have a better idea than us of ...
... heavily fortified. I can imagine a maze of tunnels and passageways in the caves behind the castle. It would have been difficult for any enemy to invade the place.
The next stop was the Skocjan Caves. Although it is not as famous as the Postojna Caves, reviews from the internet claims that the Skocjan Caves were less touristy and were in fact a better option to see. I was not disappointed. The ...
... a bro!).
We decide to wait to venture out as it is stinking hot, so we take the opportunity to hang out the washing and have a rest. Over an hour later the buzzer goes and there is Scott, milk and teabags in tow looking slightly annoyed. It turns out he walked for ages to find a shop and the heat had really done him in. Lucky for him he now has time for a rest! (Thanks Scott)
About 7.30 we meet downstairs and make our way down to ...
... mood. We decided to wait until it was cooler before venturing out to look at Trieste. Which is a shame because Trieste is a beautiful city, quite different from the other Italian cities I've seen. The streets are wide and noticeably clean! We went out for dinner about 7:30 and soon came upon s crowd watching folk dancing in the street next to a canal. Charming - if not very good! After watching the dancing for a little while ...
Life is not a straight road. Things happen when you least expect it. Most will know how our road trip began but Optimus deserves a special mention, or perhaps a eulogy. Optimus, named after the hero Transformer 'Optimus Prime' (some may have to wiki this), was a wonderful Volkswagen Eos convertible whose roof mechanism was a display in itself. Unfortunately, his life was cruelly cut short. A guy on a bike carrying a large bag of drugs ...