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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 …
... war, and his case of youthful heartbreak in his novel 'A Farewell to Arms'."
We survived our ride back through the mountains arriving in Bled mid-afternoon. Deb decided to get some exercise and climbed the 400+ steps to the Bled castle. The €10 fee just to enter the castle was a rip-off so she was content to take a few pictures of the view and walk back. It was a lovely evening with just a touch of autumn crispness in the air so we decided to dine al ...
... Display rooms next to the chapel present the ancient history of Bled from the first excavations, and the castle in individual stages of its historical development with furniture, characteristic of those times. Although these pieces are not originally from the Bled Castle, they are important as an illustration of the style of living in the historical periods presented.
From there it was back to the hotel for dinner and a relaxing evening in our room.
... incredible... Wish I had been able to bring some home. Mitch, our quite amazing bus driver, ended our journey by driving us into Slovenia's Julian Alps to Lake Bled. This famous lake has been a destination for centuries. Slovenia's only island is in the middle of the lake and it is home to a well-known church. We checked into the hotel, walked around, had salads for dinner, walked around some ...
... it off any longer. Down at reception, the girl on duty told me to just leave it on top of the washing machine and she would take care of it. She did take care of it and it was in the dryer just as I was going to bed. I was going to wait up for it to finish but I thought, "nah, it'll be alright, I'll just pick it up in the morning."
When I did just that and got it back to my room I had noticeably less laundry than what I had originally handed in. My towel and ...