- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
- Free parking
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... We wander along the river, over cobblestone streets and stop for a cocktail in one of the many cafes, just to get out of the rain. While drinking we decide to go back to the hotel as its so miserable and damp. Just after 7 we walk down to a small cafe and have a bowl of soup and fresh bread for dinner, none of us are hungry as we hd a big lunch, then back for an early night, as last night we had very noisy neighbours until well after ...
... that we had another 1000 feet to climb. Lol. We arrived at the top to go through the Mauthaausen Tunnel. On the Austrian side there appeared to be a small memorial to a few (named) people who died during 1943-45 whilst building the tunnel. Gus and I mistakenly called it the tunnel of love as we loved to go through it rather than over the bloody mtn. Sadly when we got to the Slovenian side there was a substantial memorial dedicated to the 1000s of ...
... Learn not to expect failure 5. Family is who you talk about with strangers, if they let you :) 6. Many Hungarian trains have WiFi plus plugs in each carriage to charge your ipad/computer. 7. Hungarian language has words that are way too long & many bare NO resemblance to any other language. Confirmed by friend on the train. 8. Writing up your blog can become quite an obsessive compulsive disorder! Ps Sent condolences to our friend Maria, in Australia, on the passing of her Mum ...
... wanted to turn around multiple times. But, once we made it to the top, we realized it was worth the struggle. The view was absolutely remarkable and I have never seen something so breathtaking in my life! Definitely a day to remember.
Sunday was mainly a recovery day from our Saturday night. We went out to a club called Cirkus, which was actually a lot of fun and we met a lot of students from various places in Europe. We tried gelato at this cafe ...
... and it's not hard to see why. The Bled Castle is perched atop a cliff overlooking the lake and the town, and gives great views of the surrounding valleys. We also had to try the popular local specialty dessert - Bled Cake. While it might not sound too appealing, it was divine!
The next day we took our group tour to visit Predjama Castle nestled away at the end of a small town in the side of a cliff. The ...