Hotel Balnea Superior
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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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 ...
... 30 degrees outside, I was wearing shorts and a vest and hadn’t thought about taking a cardi or jacket! So I was pretty cold when I was down there as the temperature plummeted to around 10 degrees! Brrr!
That evening I treated myself to a McDonalds and relaxed in the hostel watching some of the Olympics. The next day I checked out, found a second hand book shop to swap my novel for a new one so that I had something to read on the train ...
... 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. ...
... was all about. First time.
Yep, was just like I had sort of imagined. I felt like I needed to put my "thinking cap" on real well, or maybe my coordination hat would be more fitting...it was such a crazy feeling to be suspended by so little...it was as if wearing an adult-sized "nappy" with a rope around my waist and some clips... Reminded me of canyon-swinging where I wanted to be checked over and over again that I was hooked up ...
... to super drug and spent ages searching and trying to explain to the staff what I wanted. After talking to a few people a qualified pharmacist was called for and instantaneously on looking at the packet said "Apotheke" (chemists) apparently even Lemsip is too hardcore for the Austrians and has to be carefully sold in a chemists. As luck would have it the next day I stopped at the first Apotheke I saw and one of the staff spoke some English, even luckier they had exactly what I ...