Grand Hotel Union Business
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a theme here? - we followed the road signs for Centrum and looked for free wi-fi. I started to really like Ljubljana when I saw that the city gives everyone 60 minutes free internet connection each day in the central area. Once connected, we could navigate to our accommodation. We couldn't check in until 5pm and it was only 2.45, but I was hoping they would look after my rucksack so I could walk around more easily. In fact, the young women who run a cafe downstairs and also act ...
... island, but hey, it seems to have lasted, and aesthetically, it looks amazing. In fact, they often hold the world rowing championships here because this place is just so picturesque.
Having drummed up a big appetite after our walk, we found the absolute best cure in possibly the tastiest dessert we've ever tried in our lives - even writing about it is making us salivate! It's called kremna rezina (or more widely known as "Bled cream cake"). It's a ...
... looks really tribal, but also very oceanic Island looking. It was the most amazing bar I've ever been too. Rob and I went for a swim in the ocean and were coated in salt. After this we went back into Ljubljana and met two of Stevens friends at the Playa Bar and had drinks there for the rest of the ...
... only" now too. Why you would design and build 3 bridges instead of just one I don't know. Was the work of their architect Joze Plecnik who seems to have had a hand in designing everything here ( heard his name mentioned about 10 times on the free guided walking tour today).
Place was "dead as" when I went for a walk late Saturday. Only the cafes and bars were open. Today there was a bit more activity but once again ...
... for business but having to settle for gawping tourists like us. The women rent the window space and then take the money from their customers. It's all regulated and they are subject to taxes. From the state of the women I reckon the rental cost is cheaper during the day. The Anne Frank museum is a moving but fascinating place. Located in the house where the young Jewish Anne hid with her family and friends from the Germans for two years, the annex they hid in ...