Hotel Schloss Leonstain
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... middle of nowhere. Adam finds his dream lunch of a sloppy dish filled with beans, potatoes and huge smelly sausage. I find mine, blueberry strudel. Life is so good! Apparently every Slovenian lunch must start with a shot of the local Grappa. The ride home was much easier.
It’s hard to leave this paradise but alas we must, as we are such adventurers. We are putting our car on the Avolak. This is a train for cars that ...
... waterfalls and one of the prettiest places I've ever been to! • We planned our canyoning trip for the following day with Rok. This was definitely the most extreme thing I've ever done. It involves rappelling, sliding, hiking, and jumping in order to make your way down a canyon. I surprised myself with some of the high rock jumps I did and I think Chris was impressed too. • We ...
... them singing have goitres, once a common affliction in mountainous regions due to the lack of iodine in the diet. The carved wooden head of St John the Baptist on the side altar to the right dates from 1380. A lot of the personages depicted seem to have closed eyes, until viewed closely and the eyes are open. An optical illusion created by painting whites and irises lightly on the closed lids, but who knows why!! The gold reredos was sent for renovation and ...
Our first full day, so after an OK buffet breakfast we walk the 3 minutes along the promenade to where the tourist bus to Vintgar Gorge and Bled Castle leaves. The bus runs once a day at 10am getting to the gorge at 10.30 where it waits and returns at 12.30. It costs €2.30 to the gorge or €1.80 to the castle. Today we are heading to the Gorge and it is wonderful! Firstly the bus goes halfway round ...
... picturesque. Turquoise water surrounded by pine trees, with an island at one end with a small church, a castle on a bluff at the other end with another church with a spire. All ringed by Alps some of which still have remnants of snow. It really is a picture postcard, and the hotel has some stunning viewpoints, including from the 5th floor swimming pool, if only I had remembered our togs! After unpacking we cross the road to the lakeside ...