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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Villach
... out into huge chambers for a 2 kilometre trundle deep into the heart of the cave system.
Then it's a stroll up and down the concrete walkways through 'caverns measureless to man', to borrow from Tennyson.
The rock formations are quite stunning. It has taken three million years to create this and it's worth every minute.
Mick is in his element. He spent much ...
We all slowly fell in love with Slovenia, camping in the pine trees, swimming in the lake and chilling amongst the mountains. The campsite was full of Dutch teenagers making the most of the activities on offer on the raging river running past the campsite. A great couple of nights enjoying the surroundings, even with some traditional Slovenian music thrown in as we ate dinner on the last ...
We woke from our kind of sleep to stunning views from the windows as the train neared Villach and the Austrian Alps. We had realised that we were close to the Rosental valley, so decided that we should have a quick explore before finding a campsite with the aim of finding some tacky Rosental souvenir. This took us to Klagenfurt where we parked and wandered. The town was nice enough and we found our Austrian mascot, but a combination of tired bodies and grumpy Austrians meant we decided ...
... mountain, we were all quite relieved.
Our trekking for the day was not over yet. We decided to check out the waterfall that many tourists visit while in Bohinj. We were told of a footpath, but we somehow missed it and ended up taking the main road to get to the waterfall. It was a 4km walk, but with most of it being uphill, it wasn't the easiest trek. When we arrived at the waterfall, we decided not to pay ...
... our hike that we were on the steep, challenging climb up. This wouldn't have been too bad, except for the fact that Erenna and I were in flip flops and the path was really muddy and slippery. We all made it up pretty far when we reached a fork in the path and couldn't figure out which way to go. Ren and I decided to start heading back down, knowing it would take me a long time in my unfit footwear and Jason continued up. It was a slippery steep slope back ...