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... head back down the mountain and now realise how
big those drops are off the edge this winding road or perhaps track describes this
better. Then onto Lake Predil and a stop for coffee and then onto
Italy and drop through a long steep valley then over Nassfeld Pass and back into
Austria - a touch of rain but nothing will dampen today's experience
AUSTRIA, SLOVENIA AND ITALY IN ONE DAY !!!
Longish drive today out of Austria into Slovenia and then to Croatia where we picked up a local female guide. She took us first to an historical village Kumrovec which was Tito's birthplace . The village has been re-created to represent life as it was when he lived. Early dinner at a country restaurant with plenty of food and wine . Overnight at The Westin Hotel - quite western ...
... There was plenty of clearance for even the tallest among us, unlike the mine in Wales. Eons of dripping, mineral-filled water through the karst formations created stalactites and stalagmites, some of which have joined to create huge columns. At other points we saw limestone pools, shaped very much like those Mandy and I saw in Turkey at Pamulkale (but without the gorgeous white coating and pale blue water).
The Skocjan caves are considered to ...
... take a seat and he would tell us where to get off. When we did get off he pointed us in the right direction and then we had to walk about 2km uphill before reaching the gorge. It was worth the effort - the views were quite impressive, especially when we reached the waterfalls towards the end of the 1.6km walkway. Marjorie was extremely brave and went for a swim in one of the waterfall pools, which was ice cold, but I chose to stay on the side and ...