Hotel Faraon

Address: Ljubljanska 39, Celje, 3000, Slovenia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by redtilly on Sep 29, 2015

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We were at the Skocjan Caves in time for the 10.00 am tour. It's a huge cave system. The first part of the walk was through a dry cavern - massive with impressively large stalactites and stalacmites. In parts it 100 metres high. The second part of the cave has water rushing through it although the water level is quite low at the moment. Once we were out of the caves it took us about 30 minutes to walk back to where Tilly was parked. We walked past ...

Cirils Krsko. Kostanjevica

A travel blog entry by jussipulli on Sep 18, 2015

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We made some sightseeing to Kostanjevica. The old monastry was fantastic. From 1135. It held several paintings from different artists Cirils daughter married in the nice church. We had a relaxed lunch down at the Krki river. After some problem to find the rigth place we said hallo to Ciril and left for Kranjska Gora; Stenmarks favourite pist. The night was spent in Austria on a motel after ...


A travel blog entry by njkeys on Aug 03, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... bit run down. We met Greg outside the apartment. He said he was going to put us in a better room for the same price. This room is fantastic- we have our own ensuite and we are saving a little money by eating in.

The next day we had a lovely lie in because we didn't need to get up for breakfast. We leisurely meandered towards town where the graffiti become more and more talented, I've uploaded some picture for you to see. Then you turn a corner and ...

Slovene Karst and Seaside

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns on May 08, 2012

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For my last siteseeing day in Slovenia, I did the Karst and Coast Mystery daytrip by Roundabout tour operators. My inspiration to visit Slovenia was its large karst landscape with thousands of caves. In fact, the word karst comes from this region.

We visited the largest cave open to visitors, Skocjan Caves Park, listed as a UNESCO heritage site. This cave system is carved out by the Reka River, with one section ...

Art, Culture and History of Croatia

A travel blog entry by painterlaura2 on Sep 04, 2011

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... the course of time, became professional artists. Naive art assumes the work of artists who are more or less self-taught, painters and sculptors with no formal art training, but ...