Grajski Dvor

Kranjska Cesta 2, Radovljica, SI-4240, Slovenia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by serenaabbott


... which meg tried to convince herself was panna cotta..which it definitely wasn't! Chatted to our roomie (a Swiss guy) for a bit and had showers, then got ready to go out and walked round the town which was lively again, listened to some more music and had another ice cream at 11:30. .(white chocolate, not as good as the Yorvale one though!), then went back to our room and went to ...

The greenest country in Europe!

A travel blog entry by joeandemtomai


We arrived into Ljubljana and its a scorching summer day! We met up with mum and dad.. After 9 weeks we were ready to talk their ears off! Walking the car park towards our hostel was so creepy!! Graffitied walls, skeletons, gypsies sitting on the grass and power lines draped in sneakers!! We checked into our jail for the night :) no kidding bars on the doors and all.. Then we all squeezed into the miniature hire car and made our ...

Tourist narrowly miss bomb emergency!

A travel blog entry by mrpearsonchris


... concerts.The castle also affords 360o viewing of the whole city especially when one climbs the 200 plus steps to the very top of the viewing tower which i did and boy you know every step after the first one hundred and then there's the joy of coming down. Unlike the Blarney stone these circular steps do have a railing both sides and a handrail as well as 4 puff stops.the castle is also home to the museum of Slovene history and was for many years also Ljubljana ...


A travel blog entry by peteindira


... now the new number 1. The place is chill and charming and a great antidote to the constant go go go of most of the other cities we have been to. At the core of the city is the old town straddling the river nestled between streets full of cafes and restaurants that lack the pretension and expensive menus of many of the other European cities. There are tourists, but there are also a ton of locals ...


A travel blog entry by lrbeard


... took us to where we wanted to be. We had to walk down past a few shops and restaurants to get to the lakeside and the view was amazing. All the guides and things we had read about it being 'a postcard perfect town' and 'designed by the Gods of tourism' were absolutely true! The pictures will really tell the story but I will describe it a little bit. Most of the town itself is around a big lake that is a beautiful blue colour, it's a pretty big ...


This hotel, located on Kranjska Cesta 2, Radovljica, is near Lake Bled, Bled Castle (Grad), Bled Island, and Beekeeping Museum (Cebelarski muzej).
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