Travel Blogs from Kranj
... in Venice who thought it was arthritis in the spine and gave me some drops to stop me coughing (turns out the last thing he should have done).
We were checking out at the Hotel in Bled, me not feeling too well, when I did what I describe as a lady like swoon to the carpet; in reality it was probably more like me hitting the floor like a ton of bricks.
I remember an ambulance and about a 20km ...
... aimed to see some more of the amazing little towns surrounding Ljubljana, albeit with more of a structured plan. Our final destination would be the majestic, Triglav National Park that we had been admiring for the past couple of days in Ljubljana. That's right, the mountains are so big in this place that you can easily see them all from the capital, some 70 km away. Before this moment, we would be heading to the townships of Kamnik, Kranj ...
... website from which I stole one picture states "Wolfsberg, holiday city in paradise". Not altogether right, if paradise means heaven, then heaven starts outside the town and… if you have been a good person- or so the story goes- if you miss one of the hundreds of sharp turns, you know exactly where heaven is located within several minutes while tumbling down the mountain. So all indicators point to, that you need to be outside the town.
... to be the most patient and helpful unofficial travel agent via Skype and get us on our way for the 4 day getaway we were craving before induction week at school started up. Earlier that day we had been at the Bühl Shopping Center in Krems, and planning to walk there and work off some bread were instead offered a quick drive over by a lovely lady down in Winkler's shop. She was so kind to acquaint us with sites along the way, and warn us that although ...
... to visualize where we actually were in the city.
That night we went to a group traditional Slovenian dinner that came with entertainment. IT WAS SO FUN. Definitely something that we wouldn't have done if my teacher didnt organize it but it turned out to be such a great time. We went to a restaurant that was somewhat new but our teacher hired a folk group to come and teach us about their traditions. They did tons of dances and games ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet