Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Carinzia
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Clear blue skies and very cold! We got ready to ride then drove to find somewhere to park for the day. Not an easy task in a touristy town like this! Anyway, we found a spot about 5km away in Bohinjska Bela, en route to lake Bohinj. We took Mats "short cut", aka wet, gravel, muddy, soggy autumn leaves, steep gradient.. For about 20km through the Slovenian national park with no map then realising we were going in a circle ...
... under Ottoman rule, for many centuries under Habsburg control, and is
firmly Catholic in religion. Somewhat like the Czech Republic, the people are
of Slavic origin and speak a Slavic language, but have a culture that is very
Germanic influenced. To me the country Slovenia most resembles (except for
language) is Austria. The cuisine resembles Austrian food too, but with many
specific local dishes and some Hungarian, Italian, and Balkan influences. The
... Sarah stayed behind at the hotel as she needed to catch up on her sleep, so no photos from the passenger seat today.
The location of Kap 4613 is stunning, floating on the beautiful Millstätter See. Although a lot busier than the peaceful Lake Bohinj in Slovenia, it is still a wonderful backdrop for a drink or snack.The service and food are good and the ...
Today's was another crisp, sunny day in the mountains and we couldn't resist a return visit to the Nockalmstrasse as a part of our ride. Heated seats and grips were a blessing as it was around 1 degree at the highest point, but still great fun. We turned left at the end of the road onto the B95 to ...
... Bergesruh. This is a fantastic, traditional inn that feels like you are having dinner in someone's parlour. The locals were friendly, the food was amazing and I wish I had taken photos but it felt a little intrusive to do so. Here is just one I sneaked in that shows the balsamic vinegar art on my plate before the main meal was served in the cooking pans at the ...