Grand Hotel Rogaska
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... is called 'Hot horse' - where (un)suprisingly given the name, is an establishment whereby you can consume hot horse.
As you would now be thinking, ideally these are not three whispers that are really going to help you if and when you end up in a Slovenian prison, yet three whispers that proved remarkably true.
The capital of Slovenia was Ljiuibana and is pronounced .
Lake Bled was stunning beautiful; I spent only a day at the beautiful ...
... 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 !!!
... allowed to take pictures inside the Skocjan caves. This is partly to control the flow of people (or else we'd all be taking non-stop photos)), but also to help preserve nature (some cave animals are not and cannot be exposed to light). As such, we're including some Google Images, but you're encouraged to search it yourself - or better yet, go visit! - Piran - on our way to Slovenia's small coastline we stopped to see the Lipica ...
... with such a small opening, one that cannot deal with the enormous volume of water that pours into the cave after heavy rainfall, water levels within the canyon have risen to depths of 100 meters (above the level of the bridge in the picture)!
We couldn’t take photographs while inside so the few I include here are from the internet. We were able to take photos as we emerged for the final km or so hike back to the bus, so those are mine.
... I have ever seen) running right through the middle of it. Maybe we were starting to take these views for granted slightly but it wasn’t until we were walking towards Penelope later that evening that the back drop of the campsite caught our eye, it was a huge mountain with white clouds running down the side of it, quite an astounding view if you ask me. That day we spent trekking through the woods and up the mountains to find waterfalls and views ...