Bit Center Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a soup and a stew is mostly one of the ratio of liquids to solids and many dishes in Slovenia cross the line into what I’d call stew. Gulaz is one of those and is a lot like Hungarian goulash but in Slovenia traditionally includes three meats – beef, pork, and venison. The Gulaz gets spicier with the addition of more paprika in the Prekmorska region near the Hungarian border, while stews are browner and contain more red wine in the rest of Slovenia.
... their food. We decided to grab a quick meal here. I had a potato patty with beef and quail egg and Nick had barley cooked with bacon, cured dried sausage and Ljubljana cheese. We also chose to have a glass of wine with our meal. Why not right?
We walked to the pink church and met up with our free walking tour guide. We walked the main bridge and old town areas and learned a bit about Ljubljana history (some of which we ...
... Ljubljana at around 11 and I proceed to walk the 15/20 minutes to my little hotel. I had booked a hotel in the center of the old town right on a square surrounded by cobble-stoned streets in the shadow of the Ljubljana castle perched on top of a hill in the center of the city. Unlike the prior hotel, this is a little mom and pop shop that has around 15 unique rooms spread out in a small, couple-hundred years old building. I proceed to drop my ...
... I found I learned not only more about another culture but more about my own culture because of it.
I also learned that Slovenians like to drink a bit-their national anthem is called Zdravljica which translates to a toast. It's probably normal to have a couple of beers a day; actually it's more common to have wine; the good thing is that they are not a binge drinking culture like the Australians. As an Australian, the thought of binge drinking ...
... she went onto Republic square, more like a giant parking lot with a Jose Plecnik obelisk in the centre, looping back to Congress Square to view Ljublijana University and the Philharmonic Building. From there she met up with Jack to enjoy a glass of wine at their favourite riverside café.
Ljublijana is certainly a favourite for us, placing right after Prague. it's a warm, friendly and exciting city, steeped in both history and beauty. We felt at home there. It is on our "must visit again" ...