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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Plesnik Solcava
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... were stamped and we paid 15 Euros for a weekly road toll pass. A little over an hour later Loretta guided us to Rimska cesta (street) and Sweethome, our apartment for the next 3 nights. We met Nadja who showed us around. Not large but very cosy and again very close to the centre of the city. After settling in and finding a long term park for the car close by, we unpacked and then headed off to orientate ourselves. We walked to the main square and then ...
... of which were training. They all had different sections were each one of them spoke. The main tour guide was always there if they made any mistakes of missed certain things off.
The main tour guide started and told us about the history of Slovenia and what happened in the war. He then told us about the history of the pink church before showing us the main statue of Ljubljana which was a famous poet. He used to write these love poems to a girl he loved but ...
... we couldn't understand a word of. A swift trip to the onsite Tourist Information office led to an explanation of how to work out which bay to wait at and how to get there - it's a large place! - and we still had time to buy a cheese burek for me (a Balkan pasty, huge and filling) and a ham and cheese roll for Hazel, and a couple of doughnuts and vending machine hot chocolate. Croatia is dearer than Hungary by quite a long way, but still cheaper than England for most things if you ...
... were getting expensive - we stopped at one which was 40 Euros a night and moved on aghast to the next place at Novigrad. We're used to turning up and just picking any pitch we want but here there were only a couple available, unfortunately, not in the cheaper spots, so we ended up forking out 45 Euros a night in the end. Doh. The campsite was good though and came with use of the nearby hotel pool which, unsurprisingly, was again a ...
... city and how much the locals love their dear mascot.
From the Dragon Bridge we headed back to the open air fruit and veg market Ro and I had stumbled upon earlier in the day. This square, known as Vodnikov Trg was much more alive now that a few hours had passed. Along with fruit and veg stalls there were now homewards and clothing vendors as well as florists. Our guide had arranged for us to sample some local sauerkraut from a local farmer which tasted ...