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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a mountain tunnel for 45 minutes. 10 Euros is all it costs. We worry about the safety of the car as it all looks pretty rickety but the promo picture has a couple of happy Porsches. We have no idea but anticipate playing cards in the buffet cart on the journey. No way, we drive straight on, the park brake is our anchor and off we go. No bumpers or packing. Straight in to a tunnel and into complete darkness. Luckily the intelligent ...
... waterfalls and one of the prettiest places I've ever been to! • We planned our canyoning trip for the following day with Rok. This was definitely the most extreme thing I've ever done. It involves rappelling, sliding, hiking, and jumping in order to make your way down a canyon. I surprised myself with some of the high rock jumps I did and I think Chris was impressed too. • We ...
... down and descended surrounded by a screaming class of Slovenian seven year olds! after a long drawn out coffee the bus arrived and we returned to the church. This is a little gem and a lady guide tells us a lot of detail.the interior is covered in frescoes Dating from the 13C, The nave is Romanesque, but the Gothic presbytery dates from about 1440 outside there is a covered market area as the Sunday service was the only time most of the locals would travel ...
... bus. A super trip and well worth every penny. We have lunch again at the Park Cafe on the waterfront before retiring to our shady balcony to rest a while before walking round to St Martin's church which overlooks the lake up in the village. There has evidently been a small chapel here for 1000 years which was extended into a baroque church which was demolished in 1903 and replaced with the current ...
... to the hotel for a compulsory Bled Cake, which is basically a custard slice but with very fine flaky pastry and added cream! We explore our immediate surroundings and then return to the hotel to meet up with the Anatolian Sky rep,Mija, who takes us through the things to do round and about. Then an early dinner at the Park Cafe which was not haute cuisine but the location is fabulous. Then back home to read and yet another early ...