Grand Hotel Donat
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Travel through Kranjska Gora, pass the Russian Chapel Russian Chapel built 1916-1917 by WW1 Russian war prisoners who also built the cobbled hairpins of the Vrsic, and we thought riding them was tough and then over the Vrsic Pass - first taste of the
cobbled bends and no less than 49 hairpins (slight problem on the way down with no rear
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... the path to the top should be but where was the paved pathway, the stairs or even a trail? How was anyone to get up there? How? I just stood there looking at the hill as if I would magically change it into something accessible. Nothing happened. I think there were a few steps near the top but to get there you would need to be in hiking gear! In addition, the forest and grass were still muddy from ...
... were only seconded to the view from the bridge outside our campsite on the way to the supermarket!! That’s right we climbed a mountain, saw some waterfalls but the best view was about 2 minutes from our campsite and supermarket looking out over the bridge to see the Soca river creating a pathway through the forest and disappearing into the mountains. Me and Simone stood over this bridge a number of times to either watch the people rafting down it, ...