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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Bodensdorf
... where we shared a very decadent cream cake. During our brief walk to the cafe we witnessed a triathlon in progress. We only saw the running part, but assumed they swim in the lake at some point. We actually saw a long swimmer in the lake. As the temperature here today is only about 16 degrees, we thought he was a pretty hardy soul! We bought some supplies for lunch from the supermarket near our hotel, deposited ...
... soon after arriving in Bled how the town got it's name. They bleed you dry! It was pouring rain when we got off the bus, so we had to get one of the city's two taxis to take us to our hotel (Kompas Hotel). It cost us 12 euros for a ride that took just 2-3 minutes! And Bob tried to buy a map. It was going to cost 12 euros! We were blessed with the weather though as ...
... of course, we will be charged a fee, we, at last, certainly hope it will survive and thrive!), thanks to the experiences of the last 2 weeks, we are even greater converts to the idea of unity and freedom of movement. If Britain chooses to back out now, then it will be to the detriment of the generations to come, who will miss out on so much and quickly find themselves left behind.
As we watch the spontaneous and pleasing rise of a public ...
Sadly constrained by the weather. After a beltingly hot few days in Ljubljana we decamped North courtesy of M's first left hand drive experience to Bled up near the Austrian border. Gotta love Central European road signage that includes not only the town name but the country as well. A long and fraught day finishing with a little wailing and gnashing of teeth as we searched for our new home - at least for the next few days. Sadly rain interrupted ...
A long day of travel yesterday from Cesky Krowlow to Bled , passing through Austria .it took us over nine hours with a 2 hour break in Salzburg . We noticed the difference when we passed the border( well there is only a whole lot old buildings deteriorating there) into Austria. Cleaner , better roads , more agriculture .prettier houses with the window boxes full of flowers Wild Bean cafes at roadside BP stops so felt right at home - except we had to pay 50 cents for the loos. ...