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... made chocolate cake!
Sun 26th: Hired bikes locally and took off to Vintgar Gorge. What a beautiful gorge in the mountains with crystal clear water. Then we cycled down to Bled with freezing cold hands on the handlebars and warmed up with soup at a local restaurant. ...
We had consumed a considerable amount of carbohydrates and well...gelato in Venice so the previous night we had set an alarm to wake up and go running along the scenic river flowing through Villach. Ryan achieve this goal, I did not...While I snoozed in the cool sheets Ryan went for a run and of course had to beat my average kilometre time. He did say he was going to have a heart attack when he returned and was still pouring sweat while we were ...
... particularly unhappy about the climb- don't think her travelling lifestyle is corresponding with a lot of exercise.
We paid the entrance fee and just stood and marvelled at the view- it was incredible- such a beautiful place with such a strange island sitting in the middle.. weirdest thing.
After we checked out the museum at the castle thing, we headed down to the lake for the famous cream cake invented in the area. The website said to eat it top ...
... Dinner was very nice even though we didn't have Slovenian food - we shared a salad and seafood tagliatelle.
Now for the foodies: Bled is famous for its specialty a cream cake called kremna rezina ( in Germany it's called kremsnita). It is a layer of cream and a layer of vanilla custard sandwiched between sheets of delicate crispy crust. Heavenly! Slovenes travel from all over the country to sample this dessert. We bought two slices from the Smon bakery (best ...
True or False? Aldi, Hofer and Lidl are triplet brothers and the sons of Mr Sainsbury?
Aside from the road surface, and unless a vignette is required, most border controls go unnoticed. The return journey began with Croatia, albeit a flying visit of just 50km and then into Slovenia, Andy had suggested we visit a Slovenian thermal spa and we were looking forward to it. Our ...