Four Points By Sheraton Ljubljana Mons
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... whipped cream.
Slovenia also has sweet dessert versions of Strukelji or dumplings, of which I tried a few. Kobarid Strukelji are filled with ground walnuts and topped with bread crumbs and melted butter, while Tolmin Strukelji are similar but use buckwheat flour for the dough. Both are named after nearby towns in the Soca Valley in the Julian Alps. The Trenta Valley style of Strukelji is instead stuffed with a mixture that includes dried pears.
... a side-street there, before deciding I need a drink. Sit down at an outdoor bar and order a drink while kicking back and enjoying my situation, just chilling in the middle of Slovenia. Doesn't get much better.
After finishing my drink, it is back to the grind and I decide to go back to Preseren square and head down the different streets that I had not checked out before. It is a beautiful area and each of the different side streets offers ...
... works for the armed forces and her family traveled around because of her job. She was very interesting and diverse. I was jealous of her travel opportunities and at the same time I understood the hard part of always moving around and never having that one friend to be your best friend. Now that I think about it I wish I had signed up to be her pen pal. I would have loved to be her best friend. We parted ways after the very ...
A casual ride yesterday back to Ljubljana to return the motorcycles and celebrate with a glass of champagne though for me it felt more like a wake than a celebration because after 2 weeks on the bike I'm in motorcycling mode and not looking forward to two days bikeless before I start my next tour on Tuesday. That was a long sentence with no punctuation but you are ...
... we did see some cows on the first hill climb.
Susan thought she best have a Coke to help keep her awake and when I got the drinks the steward used a very modern device to open the beer bottle - a spoon. She could have been a student from Dunedin!
Luckily it was not full so were able to keep swapping sides depending on which side of a valley we were moving along. Just before arriving in Villach we went along the side of
Lake Worthersee. Spectacular - have look on ...