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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Stil Ljubljana
Travel Blogs from Ljubljana
... so as I was looking very lost, I had three people walk up to me and help me find my direction. One even walked me to my street and told to go to the end and turn right and you will be there. I am in love with this city. The people are so kind. And the hostel life made my morning even better. I got to the hostel and it was too early to check in but they let me leave my things there and fed me breakfast. Everybody was just waking up from the night before and I met some awesome ...
... Here are few of the things we checked out during our stay: • We walked around the farmers market, Tivoli Park, and the castle with a beautiful view of the city • We crossed the dragon bridge and a few others that I can't remember the names of. One had unfinished statues that looked interesting and another had more locks- really seems to be a thing here in Europe! • Shopped around at the local stores and street vendors • We had to taste the winner of the best ...
... adorned with dusty old books, antiquated watches, stamps, coins, guns (?!) and even the odd old school porn magazine?!
Our train to Ljubljana beckoned and we were glad to see our seats were in one of the small compartments. Our train travel had certainly been a mixed bag and quite honestly, having now done Inter-railing, would say we would have been better flying between cities than buying the pass. As for seat reservations, ...
... this outing. We angered through manicured gardens and mazes and of course spring colours and perfumes enriched the experience. Driven to The Old Town we were given time to explore. For Emma and I given we were dropped at the foot of the steps to The Albertino Museum it meant we could visit the gallery that was exhibiting Picasso and Monet. And so we entered and wandered amongst the art enjoying all. A very manageable museum time was ...
... oil, a local specialty. We had some to dip bread and cheeses into and it was all right. Shortly after we sat down it started raining, we lingered over our meal, Lisa chatted up the guys serving us and got them to teach her how to say bad words in Slovenian, and by the time we were ready to go it was barely spitting rain, stopped altogether shortly thereafter.
This evening, Lisa went to see when the lunch guy was getting off work and if he'd show her the night life and ...