Hotel Livada Prestige
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... there in Maribor, doesn't help we forgot our guide book either. The most entertaining bit was arriving in Ljubljana Airport and picking up the hire car for my first driving on the right hand side of the road experience (have previously driven in NZ but they are the same as side as the UK).
... his morning and it didn't really improve all day, though once we got out of Ljubljana and away from its satellite towns and all the associated traffic we were into the twisty roads of the eastern end of the Slovenian Alps with fantastic scenery and swollen rivers cascading alongside us for most of the day. Coffee and lunch stops were at picture postcard locations and now were are at our destination, the tiny village of Kog which ...
... of Slovenia's beautiful countryside. Along the way and through the forest were remnants of old trenches used in the second world war. It was so interesting to picture what scenes must have taken place there, and to imagine what must lie in the soil beneath. It inspired me to do some research on the Slovenian landscape during WWII, and I found out that what is now modern day Slovenia suffered some of the worst per-capita population loss in the war ...
... investment, only to have prices crash on them. They've decided to keep the property anyways as an escape from an over-crowding Britain.
Tuesday was a bit of a day off. We switched accommodations and moved right into the town of Ljutomer, excited to explore our new surroundings. We checked out the town square and found a pretty amazing stork nest on top of an old chimney...the biggest bird nest I've ever seen. How they were able to construct it is beyond me. In ...
... a fish! She absolutely loved every minute of it. We are learning a few words here and there, and having fun trying them out on the locals. We are also adapting to our hotel's interesting evening entertainment, which consists of a guy playing keyboard over pre-loaded synth tracks to the same 3 songs, over and over again. If I hear his version of Toto's 'Africa' again I might snap. Gotta love that Eastern European entertainment! Until next ...