Hotel Ristorante Allegria
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... But it would have been nice if we had more time. On our way to the so called castle, we bump into a couple who are taking slightly disturbing pictures. There is no nudity - just oddness, which sort off intrigues us. Well maybe not intrigue, but we do find them highly amusing. Firstly the chap was taking pictures that appear to be focusing on her bum, then of her running water over her hands, and lastly with her sort of wrapping herself around a stone pillar. Midnight at Sam's ...
... into Slovenia is that rather than having to stop every so many K's to pass through a toll point, in Slovenia you just simply purchase a 7 day pass at any service station leading up to the Italian / Slovenian border crossing for €15, stick it onto your windscreen and you're set for 7 days which, for us is just a perfect number of days. We arrived into Kobarid at about 1:00pm and was able to book straight into our room. We were a little surprised to find ...
Although, today I feel like I put too much pressure on what was going to happen because I was all hyped to go cliff jumping and then my planning abilities got in the way. I arrived in Brovec around 10:30 and I went to the information booth to find this jump to be another bus ride away. If you ever come to Bovec you need a car and an entire day, or multiple days. Five hours was not enough time to find a decent back street, but an upside ...
... mountains. The water of the Soca River is bright turquoise and absolutely beautiful! The town we are in tonight, Bovec, is very small. The apartment is nothing to get excited about, but it's only 1 night and it's relatively inexpensive! We have loved every minute of our travels in Slovenia. Tomorrow we will drive through the country's only national park, which has 50 hairpin turns...something tells me that will be both exciting and ...
... chairs and rubbish all over the floor, but we are tired so it has to do. The road is busy and we are unfortunately woken surprisingly early by strimmers being used on the grass areas nearby. Unfazed, we make the most of the early rising and get going. We drive through Rodi and the national park to Termoli. We had planned to find some free beach in this area (most of Italy’s beaches are private-pay-only), but find when we check it out that these sections are dirty, unkempt ...