Grand Hotel Rogaska
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... there in Maribor, doesn't help we forgot our guide book either. The most entertaining bit was arriving in Ljubljana Airport and picking up the hire car for my first driving on the right hand side of the road experience (have previously driven in NZ but they are the same as side as the UK).
... horses were specialty bred for military and royalty. The horses are born dark and turn white after 5-6 years (insert Michael Jackson joke here). You can identify the younger ones since they will be less white... although approximately 1 in 100 stay dark all their life. Once we arrived in Piran, we got a bird's eye view of this beautiful slice of Slovenian coast, flanked by Italy to the north and Croatia to the south - 3 countries in 1 gorgeous ...
This morning, I headed up to Bled Castle - and I do mean up - lots of stairs! It was quite a climb. The castle dates from 1100AD, and has been added to over the centuries, and following damage in 1511 was restored to its current appearance. It was mostly used for defence and as a result has no large luxurious halls. Instead it ...
... snow and rain. That is where my adventure ended. I sadly walked away. I was so close. Finding my way to the bus terminal was an adventure in itself but I will leave it at that. I lost a lot of time taking the wrong turns and my body is tired. I have no plans for Friday, perhaps a museum and a restaurant. I might not even force myself to wake up in time for breakfast. Yes, it will be raining. Laku ...
... 8217; beat me at it ;). So after being well and truly rested and a little bit bored at the lack of uno competition, the next morning was welcome. The huge hike was upon us and by huge we thought 10 maybe 11 miles at a push, it wasn’t until we got to the first village on our walk and saw the signpost for where we were going that we realised the trip was in fact a 22 mile round walk. Some talking and probably a little argument broke out before the ...