Hotel Quo Vadis
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... mountains. The water of the Soca River is bright turquoise and absolutely beautiful! The town we are in tonight, Bovec, is very small. The apartment is nothing to get excited about, but it's only 1 night and it's relatively inexpensive! We have loved every minute of our travels in Slovenia. Tomorrow we will drive through the country's only national park, which has 50 hairpin turns...something tells me that will be both exciting and ...
... and so we don’t bother. Termoli however, is delightful – the old town is pretty and we enjoy a long walk through the peaceful cobbled streets and making the most of the quiet of a Sunday. Having left Sorrento and travelled north, we are surprised to find that this region shows signs of great poverty and neglect. There is litter and rubbish everywhere – not just bits but piles, and prostitutes on plastic chairs along the roadside in daylight hours are ...
... I sit and stare into the water... White stones border it's path with the pine trees creating a walled canyon. The water gently flows along looking like a painted watercolour. As the light dims and the grounds chill rises, I make my way back to camp. Salmon swim upstream, catching food drifting down. The rush of crystal blue water pools up in limestone bunkers, while some salmon take refuge in them from the currents push. I dip my toes ...
Life is not a straight road. Things happen when you least expect it. Most will know how our road trip began but Optimus deserves a special mention, or perhaps a eulogy. Optimus, named after the hero Transformer 'Optimus Prime' (some may have to wiki this), was a wonderful Volkswagen Eos convertible whose roof mechanism was a display in itself. Unfortunately, his life was cruelly cut short. A guy on a bike carrying a large bag of drugs ...
... breathtaking Soca River Valley - the road had 50 really tight switchbacks. Before touring Soca River Valley we stopped to see woman's face on the mountain, a Russian church, a former largest ski flying jump at Kranjaska Gora (near Italian border), and sampled blueberry "blintz". Group dinner in Kobarid. Trout, pasta, ice cream w/pumpkin seed oil. Buddy talks.