- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of Slovenia! We stayed for the presentation, picked up some gingerbread and returned to Bled.
The afternoon was spent lunching and relaxing. Deb took a walk around the lake while Jack walked around town. The path around the lake is about 6 km and is an easy walk. Many families were out pushing strollers and chatting away. At the end of the lake behind the island is a rowing club and large recreation area and boat rental areas were plenty. It was a very ...
... chewy, heavy bread. Beer costs the same as water, so he has sampled a few of those as well, along with local Slovenian wines. Good thing we spend most of the day walking! It's surprising in a city of less than 300,000 on a Tuesday in September there is so much activity around the main squares. For the most part tourists bypass Slovenia for the coast of Croatia but obviously that seems to be ...
... that cross it. It is really attractive with many many cafes and bars all along both sides. After the Market, we wandered all over the town which has three areas that are car free. There are many young people around and everyone, young and old, ride bikes. If you don't own your own, you just pick one and drop it off at a different location, just like Zip cars.
It is a University town, so guess that accounts ...
... music的。 20877;望望條頸& #32361;，上面都 係印住Faculty of Computer and Information Science, University of Ljubljana.
... doing their jobs. It seems that this place isn’t technically supposed to exist as we have to pack up all our stuff every morning into our bags so they can be moved around and they pack up the beds in the morning and there is a strict lockout period between 10am and 2pm. They provide free pasta dinner (haven’t had it yet so don’t know how good it is) but we have to call it a ...