Hotel Hvala-Restaurant Topli Val,Kobarid
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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After the cave visit we head west. We are going to ride over to the Italian border and the Soca Valley, looking for accommodation as we go.
We soon find it in the little village of Ciginj near Tolmin. The Blue House is a lovely pension run by Valentin. We are soon made comfortable and after supper at the pizza house across the road we turn in after a tiring but interesting day.
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 ...
... girl who served us was very kind. While we all loved the cheese, Jason definitely enjoyed it the most, but there was far too much to finish in one sitting! As we found a place to picnic with incredible views, we thought about what it might be like to live in such a remote place with nothing but nature surrounding us.
Once we had our fill of dairy, we began the trek back down the mountain, following the path ...
... introduction to the area. Bled is a town of 5000 people, but in the summer there are around 30000 because of tourism. He explained that almost every house in town has at least one room they rent out during the summer. Tom gave us advice on what to do and even though it was early evening and things close down in this town early, Ren and I decided to head down to the lake and relax. The water is so clear and the views all around are beautiful. We found a dock ...
... cog and chain ski-lift to the top installed for the tourists. Real men assault this bugger the way nature intended. It's a hell of a slog up through the 14 gates but someone has to do it. And that of course is us.
There have been fortifications here since prehistory times. The first mention in ...