Dvor Jezersek Brnik Hotel
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... which we ate in a park. We went back to the hostel to checkin and upon arrival at our room we were somewhat shocked to be greeted by a private twin room as we had booked a 12 bed dorm, no complaints from us though as it was nice to have our own room after a long day traveling. After exploring the city for a few hours we had built up quite an appetite, so on the advice of George again we decided to dabble in one of the local delicacies, horse burger. ...
... right, or maybe they don't really want to sell it highly affordable giving the marketplace points that we've been in. Or, perhaps, it doesn't want their workers to be aware of which the customers are on sale, and begin in search of job else where. Therefore, losing good key employees isn't an good start. Especially, in the early stages of selling your house and business. A number of these sellers want the best way out such as ...
We ate with a couple that we met on the walking tour and told them of our plans to book a car for the following day to get out of the city and see some countryside. We asked if they wanted to join us and reduce the individual cost and they happily agreed. We booked the rental and arranged to meet the following morning.
We went back and relaxed at the hostel for a little while before heading out to a local restaurant or some traditional ...
... Eastern Bloc countries whose names end in "ia," and it is not to be confused with Slovakia, which is much poorer and less developed. Slovenia was not bombed in WWII, was not involved in the Balkan War, and has been a part of the EU for almost 10 years, something that Serbia for example longs for and is a long way from obtaining.
Ljublana itself is pretty in a European baroque way, dominated by ...
... church, there is a service ending. I slip into a pew and pretend to be participating even though the congregation is singing a hymn in Slovenian. There are maybe 30 people or less spread among the pews but the acoustics in this church are fantastic making it sound like a glorious choir singing. That was the closing hymn so I had a mini-service before admiring the church interior as a whole.
Back outside on the steps of the church, I wait while the tour gathers ...