Grand Hotel Rogaska
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So we're now on route to Ljubljana capital of Slovenia. Our 4th Capital city this trip and 8th country crossed. We're 6 miles short of 1500miles into our trip and it's been amazing so far. The boys have compiled a list of the best thing each day and struggled to find any negatives. Their geography of European countries has improved and they've recognised how lucky we all are. Not only to have what we have but most importantly we have each ...
... I was keen to visit and see how they compare to Waitomo. We started early to "miss the crowds" arriving just after 9am after a lovely drive through many cute Slovenian villages. The experience is 1.5hrs long and consists of a train ride about 4kms into the cave and then a 45min walk with guide. This was mass tourism at its best as our tour had about 200 people grouped into about 3 groups and the cave even included an underground souvenir shop and bathrooms! The ...
... and sunny, it was a bit of a trek, but well worth the effort.
After I got back to Bled, I went for a walk around the lake in the gathering dusk. It was another pretty walk, with changing views of the island and castle.
That night, in our rather lovely hotel, Kayla and I slept with the window open to let in the fresh, peaceful country air - no noisy traffic here!
... and got amongst the karaoke if it wasn’t for the fact that we planned to get the 9am bus to the lakes in the morning. So instead, it was time for bed! And it was a good job we had a good night’s sleep, as we had a very long & tiring day ahead of us!
I had considered spending a couple of nights near Lake Bled as it looked amazing and I thought there would be quite a lot to do. However, the French lady in my dorm & ...
... 14, 1894, by the Emperor Franz Joseph I. The imposing yellow structure in Trg Marsala, is a landmark feature in the Lower Town. The building is a Neo-baroque and Rococo style, with ...