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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... labelled "Slovenian Zoncolan" by the locals. (So yeah, forget all I have ever written about la Redoute or Col du Stockeu. This is the real ****.) He recalled the day when he could have possibly become the u23 world champion, and told countless stories of how he climbed with Nibali and outsprinted Visconti. He described something I've wondered for ...
... The castle was good and well worth having a look at.
Mistake number two was attempting to cycle down 1000 steps rather than the long winding road back to the town centre. We arrived at the bottom of the steps minus the Crown Jewels and several fillings.
After dropping the bikes off at the hotel it was then a tour of the town on foot. Lots of really cool alleyways and narrow ...
... no key). It is all to do with LOVE. Note the photo we took especially for Janet!
NZ has it's Bra Bridge in the Cardrona Valley and Slovenia has its Padlock Bridge.
As we walked back the area was full of cafés - a lot busy and some not. One that was busy was the Cacao but when we saw the ice-creams etc we could see why.
We shared a Panama Sundae -Vanilla & Tiramisu Ice-cream, Biscuit, Coffee and Cream.
Not bad but too much cream!
We went back to ...
... California to the shores of Delaware Bay
You can bet your life I did, till I got back to the U. S. A.
Well, I'm so glad I'm livin' in the U.S.A.
Yes. I'm so glad I'm livin' in the U.S.A.
Anything you want, we got right here in the U.S.A."
I think Chuck Berry got this one right. The nice thing about traveling around the globe is coming back to the U.S.A. Europe can ...
Day 1 We arrived in the afternoon in Slovenia and took the bus from the airport into town. We were left at the central bus station to find our own way to the hostel. Luckily for us, as we would soon find out, Ljubljana is an easily walkable and navigable city. In fact, it feels more like a sleepy small town than a proper city. It was gray and cool with a slight drizzle, but we quickly made our way to the Tresor Hostel. This was our first hostel stop, but if anything it ...