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- Multilingual staff
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We were at the Skocjan Caves in time for the 10.00 am tour. It's a huge cave system. The first part of the walk was through a dry cavern - massive with impressively large stalactites and stalacmites. In parts it 100 metres high. The second part of the cave has water rushing through it although the water level is quite low at the moment. Once we were out of the caves it took us about 30 minutes to walk back to where Tilly was parked. We walked past ...
... power, land and religion over the centuries). Now it relies primarily on tourism and fishing and is a series of lovely streets and alleys lined with the usual cafes and nic-nac shops for tourists. After Rovinj we headed further south to Pula, however ran short of time so did a quick whistle stop tour of the town. Today we headed north back to Slovenia to visit the Postojna Caves which are reportedly some of the best in the world. Having more of a passing interest ...
... There's a buzz to the city.
After the guided tour, we had some free time. Somebody had mentioned there was a cafe in the botanical gardens which sells horse burgers, which Karen decided she wanted to try. I said I'd go with her, as I fancied seeing the gardens. It was a bit of a walk, but the botanical gardens were ...
... were the unfathomable amount of clock towers, basically if you think clock towers are cool you should visit slovenia, pretty much every building had one. And the intellectual *****s, which are women who you pay to spend time with you, in a gondola (on the ground) and they will wow you with their vast knowledge of any subject you wish to talk about, we didn't give it a try... It cost 30 euros an hour. We did however talk to everybody we met ...
... well-established artists. It also has hosted exhibitions by world known authors (Henry Moore, K. Kollwitz, Auguste Rodin) and foreign galleries have several times made ...