Igloo Village

Address: Krvavec, Slovenia | Hotel
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Weekend in Slovenia

A travel blog entry by carrie.mc on Oct 09, 2015

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... church we have seen, frescos dating from the 11th century. The views with the lake were so pretty.
We trekked up a mountain to see the Savica waterfall. The falls were 255 ft high and 2933ft above sea level. I only made it half way up my knees just couldn't take any more. The others made it to the top. The sign at the bottom said it was a 20 min walk and 250 steps. Well Chuck counted 546 steps plus the inclines that weren't stepped.
After this we ...

Triglav National Park - The Julian Alps

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Oct 05, 2015

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... named after Julius Caesar. The highest peak in
the range is Mount Triglav at 2,864 meters (9,376 feet). That’s not
particularly high by Alpine standards but is the highest peak in the country
and is of enough significance that Slovenia’s flag includes a representation of
its triple summits. Most of the unpopulated wilderness region is preserved as
Triglav National Park, Slovenia’s only one, and is surrounded by a couple of
towns like Bovec ...


A travel blog entry by redtilly on Sep 29, 2015

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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 ...

The Beer Plate

A travel blog entry by dahlkristinl on Sep 08, 2015

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We rented a car at the Marco Polo airport in Venice and headed to Zadar, Croatia. We were thrilled to find that our Hertz rental had an automatic transmission, definitely not the norm in Europe. It's nice to have one less thing to worry about when you are driving in a strange city with narrow streets. Jeff and I both agree that the driving in Italy, Croatia and Slovenia was easier than we thought it ...

In the begining

A travel blog entry by neverold on Aug 17, 2015

11 comments, 24 photos

Well here I am at last.

No doubt you have all been searching avidly for my notes. Truth be told, I have found it difficult to bring myself to write – bringing with it as it does, memories of your usual scribe. However, it is time I brought you up to date, so here goes.

The flight from Adelaide to Singapore was rather bumpy but endurable with a scotch or two. The lay-over in Singapore was, as predicted, difficult ...

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