Schlosshotel St Georgen
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Fri 24th: From Ljubljana looked around Brejz before arriving at our apartment at Zasip near Bled in the afternoon. Went for a drive then walk along the lake having fun photographing swans and ducks then popped in at tourist info place. Wine and home-cooked meal and shared a kremsnita for ...
... was reminded it was Sunday and nothing let alone the post office was open. Which was maybe a good thing as I window shopped through old town and saw way too many things I liked. Making my way back to the train station I met up with Ryan who was acting as a rail route planner for a Chinese tourist. We selected a baguette sandwich for lunch and then hopped into the hot train. About ten minutes in, the train stewart came to check our tickets and let ...
... a little less than Jess did!) Great memories and great photos of this moment.
After the boat we decided to hell with public transport, we will take a taxi for €7 per person. And what an amazing choice! We had a disco party in the back of the cab! The driver was pumping the tunes, flicking on and off the inside lights to simulate strobe lighting and even handed out home brew schnapps... best ride ever! Note here that he was not drinking... just gave ...
The town of Bled lies on the banks of a tranquil green lake with an imposing castle perched high on a cliff overlooking the lake. At the base of the Julian Alps, it is a popular resort in winter and summer. A church on an island is situated near the end of the lake and provides a serene and peaceful image.
We rented a car in Ljublijana and drove to Bled, usually a short one hour drive on the highway. Instead we decided to take a more scenic route by detouring to ...
... had been in Canada, and both were set amongst the snow capped Rocky Mountains, however I think that we may have been spoiled. The spa at Ptuj was a busy water park not a relaxing spa, and we made a hasty departure. The town did however provide a chance to stretch our legs and have lunch, and like every town we visited Ptuj had an Aldi, or Hofer as they call it in Slovenia, which was where ...