Hotel & Sports Center Kovac
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- Swimming pool
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... glistening water, with the pastel pink color of its 600-year old Pilgrimage Church of the Assumption of Mary elegantly glowing against the backdrop of strikingly green forest-covered mountains. Enough of the poetry, you get the idea. Absolutely 110% spec-tac-u-lar and highly recommend.
Finally, there was a fast food place called 'horse hot' and they sold horse. Horse burgers, horse wrap, horse salad. Anything horse you wanted you could get it. Delicious? Of horse!
... head back down the mountain and now realise how
big those drops are off the edge this winding road or perhaps track describes this
better. Then onto Lake Predil and a stop for coffee and then onto
Italy and drop through a long steep valley then over Nassfeld Pass and back into
Austria - a touch of rain but nothing will dampen today's experience
AUSTRIA, SLOVENIA AND ITALY IN ONE DAY !!!
Although rain had followed us from Lake Bled, we headed out to hike to the Rinka (waterfall) at the top of the Logarska Dolina. This waterfall is the second highest in Slovenia, at more than 300 feet. After a cappuccino stop, we took another short hike through the valley to see a mountain hut and other sites.
Returning to the farm, we found that the couples from Quincy and Talyorsville had arrived, along with a couple ...
This morning, I headed up to Bled Castle - and I do mean up - lots of stairs! It was quite a climb. The castle dates from 1100AD, and has been added to over the centuries, and following damage in 1511 was restored to its current appearance. It was mostly used for defence and as a result has no large luxurious halls. Instead it ...
Day 35 Cividale and Slovenia This morning we have until after lunch to see what Cividale has to offer. Paul remembers from when he was here in 2009 some of the sights that impressed him most, so he has a rough itinerary sorted. We have breakfast in the Bad and Breakfast, then set out for the morning. Cividale is not very big, so it is not difficult to walk around. First we go to the tourist office and get a map, they also give us the key for the Grotto. This is a cave set into ...