Grand Hotel Union Business
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... exited from, so when we turned left and walked for half an hour up the road, we ended up a long way from where I had intended. It was only the road signs that said we were heading for Austria that made me suspect we'd very probably got lost.
After determining from the map where we really were - out in the rather grey Cold War residential district - I worked out a route back without having to retrace our steps, which was interesting as it was very ...
... my bags in my room, washed up and then went for dinner. The “Mrak’s Room” restaurant looked a bit posh and I was a bit concerned that the portion sizes were going to be huge, as it was late and I didn't want a huge meal. I ordered only some soup and side dishes, and the portion sizes for the some were huge and I couldn’t finish it all. While dining I noticed a couple sitting across from me with a Croatia guidebook on the table, and ...
... lunch. The first was a dried pear dumpling (kvočevi nudlni) with a sweet raisin and walnut sauce, and the second was a spring roll type shell but it had cheese and pine nuts inside, and sesame sauce and hot sauce on top- that was especially amazing. The receptionist at the hostel recommended going on a free walking tour which was really well done - it didn't go far but in 2.5hours we saw a lot of the old town and heard about Ljubljana ...
... at a traditional Slovenian food restaurant and then walked out of the tourist area to Metalkova, an army barracks turned free-living commune. We were too late for the galleries and too early for the alternative club scene, but it was an interesting set up with art covering every surface. Besides some more museums, we had basically covered all the main tourist points of Ljubljana. Although there wasn't much to see, the city definitely has an appeal with its quaint, ...
... lots of junk and lots of beautiful glass stuff but nothing we could really transport home. We walked through all the aisles anyway and then we went to the famous dragon bridge (the dragons guard the entrance to the city) for a few photos. From here the next place we wanted to visit was the hilltop castle but rather than going straight there we decided to walk along the rest of the river bank as it was really sunny here and really pretty. It was lined with trees and old school ...