Hotel Balnea Superior
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... along the Soca Valley - this is so clear - mental note to return next year and camp
We pay our 5 Eur and set off, talk about butterflies, hope we do not meet anything coming the other way and pray we get the right exit at the end of the tunnel otherwise it will not take long to get to the bottom
Top of Mangart not sure if we should laugh or cry - this is AMAZING !! Unable
to take it all ...
This morning we made our way to the capital city, Ljubljana, which I still can't pronounce! We parked up near the city and decided to walk in today. It was a nice city with a river and 'castle' on the hill. We wandered around the market then headed up the cable car to the castle. It was a strange place, that they had renovated so that you couldn't tell what was original and what was new. There were a ...
... all of which looked at least 300 years old and exuded a quaint German chalet-style charm. The views were never dull, offering an array of mountains, streams, alpine forests, and the more-than-occasional clifftop castle. (We encountered 3 or 4 in our first day and none of them planned.)
To start, we began driving east toward Croatia. The main objective was to visit a monastery of Carthusian monks called Pleterje near the border. ...
... our heads albeit very quaint and vintage!!
After a full on two weeks and lots of driving we were both buggered so after stocking up on supplies we opened a bottle of Slovenian (of course) red wine and sat back and relaxed.
Tomorrow - I am super excited to meet Francois who is then taking us to his families private vineyard!!
... of flaky pastry. It was good because it skipped the cake and was pretty much all about the fillings. Saunas - Slovenians are very conscious of their fitness and wellness. The country is full of newer "wellness centers" that include mineral baths and an amazing mix of saunas. Twice after hiking, we bought 3 hour passes and spent the evening trying herbal, infrared, Finnish and Turkish saunas, steam baths, Japanese pools, and Polar plunges. There ...