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During breakfast the owner, Igor and his wife had written a set of instructions on how to get to Bled. It was an easy cycle and described as one that his wife does with a child's seat on the back of the bike. The first few kilometres were downhill and then came the mountain goat section. She was obviously another person that trained with the …
... these men near the top of the pass that we stopped at briefly.
The scenery is spectacular with many historic sites along the way. After going over the pass, and just 6 miles or so from Italy, we stopped at a great stone fort that was used by the Italians in the 15th century to fight the Ottoman invasion, and then ironically by the Austrians to repel the Italians in the 1st World War. Sheer drop on one side, sheer cliff on the other with ladder rungs affixed ...
... Hotel Bled. This is a more "rustic" accommodation, than the one in Vienna. No air conditioning and quite dated in appearance. Hello 1980s!
The hotel sits on the shore of Lake Bled, which is a beautiful and picturesque lake, home to the only island in all of Slovenia.
Bled is a small municipality in northwestern Slovenia, which until 1991 was part of the former Yugoslavia. In the late 1800s, Bled Island and village, located in the middle ...
... a global sensation...?!) and MGMT who would have been good to see but we're not too fussed. Additionally we're meeting two friends of mine out there-one very old friend I went to primary school with, Hennie, and one new friend I'm at medical school with, Ruby. Rather handily they know each other and are going to the festival! We absolutely adored bled. It felt totally different to Croatia, much more alpine ...
Our travel from Kobarid to Ljubljana was picturesque but very windy because we followed the Soca River Valley. So the motorway presented as respite for the driver.Having visited the world war 1 museum in Kobarid before we left, we had a later start. The war museum is sobering and given our driving experience through this area, we engaged a bit more with the adversity that soldiers faced.
Our Lazar Kamp breakfast was really something. Huge and in ...