No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Solcava
... today will just be exploring the capital city. Also we have obviously done heaps of sightseeing so a bit of down town was in order. I was still awake before 9am though so I went up and checked out the pool and gym area and then I headed down to the restaurant for a lazy breakfast. After this we just kind of lazed around in the room for awhile and then we set off to explore. We also decided that today would be a good day to do some shopping as we both wanted some more summery ...
So today is the 22nd and tomorrow we leave for Venice, Italy. We have had lots of fun here in Ljubljana. Today we went swimming and I finally got to do some laps, although its hard in a bikini. I miss my racerback one piece. Okay, let me catch you up to speed.
All week we have kind of been chillin'. We get up late and go to bed late. Although, there is work being done outside the apartment and some loudmouth likes to shout and stomp around at seven in the morning. ...
... Before heading into the valley itself we drove the Panoramic Road, twisting and turning higher and higher on a little gravel road. I got tired of hearing myself exclaim as each turn afforded an even more stunning view than the last. When we reached the highest point, about 1400 meters or so, we parked the car and went for a short wander. We didn't have any destination in mind, but we followed the red and ...
... a huge list of different sorts of performances and a number of rooms within the castle that had been 'rented out' as galleries. There was sculpture and an exhibition of a local glass blower. Pretty impressive and it defiantly gave the castle a different feel, especially when Europe when you can slip into a bit of ‘errr not another castle!’
We also managed to time our stay for a Saturday and stubbled across another treat, the ...
Tuesday 5th July 2011
Triest to Ljubljana. Raining in
patches this morning but we managed to avoid getting wet in Trieste.
Our bus did not go until 1400 so we dropped our luggage and wandered
back into the centre of Trieste. We thought that we would visit a
museum as the weather was dodgy. The first choice and most promising
was the Museo Revoltella, but it was closed on Tuesday. Around the
corner was the Museo Sartorio, ...