Four Points By Sheraton Ljubljana Mons
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... which was only a 15 minute walk away. He was kind enough to agree. Greatest friend ever!!!
The third reason I love it is due to it's ever-changing architecture. Here you have a culmination of diversity in architecture-everything from modern to baroque. It really is quite charming. They have so many different bridges. They have one with scary, jade green, sculpted dragons on them and yes, they are scary; they have their mouths open and look like they ...
Try their delicious dark chocolate ice cream along the river....and once again...sorry for the number of Dragon pictures (we sort of got carried away like we did in the caves!).
And so, we managed to survive another wonder trip and this time sharing it with a very compatible group of travelers. NOTE: This selection has the most photos as it was the most photogenic capital we encountered on this trip.
... I was finally able to do my laundry, but it was self-service so I had to waste two hours sitting there waiting for it.
In the middle of all this walking around I was able to go on the Ljubljana free walking tour that started at 11am. It was a really good tour with a good guide, the only bad thing was that there were about fifty people on the tour. Having big groups is annoying because it tends to ...
... a charm that is hard to describe. There is an old town with a castle perched high above on a hill. A dragon that protects a bridge and an open air market where farmers sell their produce (including mounds of shredded cabbage that locals stand in line to buy). If I lived here I'd being buying fresh flowers in the market - everyday. The architecture in the city can largely be attributed to Jozie Placnik. Don't worry, even with the phonetic spelling I still ...
... served a delicious three course meal all for the mere price of 10.90 euro! We then took the train to Skocjan, which ranks as one of the most important caves in the world and is one of the largest underground canyons.
At this point, we began to regularly wear long pants and sweaters. Colder weather was definitely in store for us from here onward. On a few occasions, we questioned why we didn't do our trip in reverse order to make the most of the weather, ...