Hotel Jelovica Bled
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We stayed 2 nights at the Hotel Jelovica Bled. We found it to be very clean, extremely quiet for sleeping, hotel staff all spoke English and were very friendly. We liked that the hotel is situated on the lake so easy access to the lake walking paths. The Hotel included a buffet breakfast which was plentiful and tasty.
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... restaurant in Begunje. Unfortunately, I
was off by one day on my timing. There was a performance scheduled for the
following night but my travel plans were set enough that I had to continue
onwards to Ptuj and couldn’t fit it in. Insert sad emoticon!
Back at Lake Bled I decided not to take one of the rowed
boats called Pletna to the island in the lake that has a pilgrimage church on
it. Nowadays I think it’s mostly a pilgrimage for the busloads ...
... amazing!:) Finally we ended up at lake Bohinj which is similar to lake bled and looks beautiful! Again it's crystal clear and we were lucky as the sun was setting over the mountains which we could see through the clouds which made some amazing photos and a nice scene to end the day on!:) Today = Amazing!! 1 issue though was my shorts ripped!:( meaning I now have 1 pair of shorts for 2 weeks!! Whoop ...
... did not have either items, so we had to ask. Yes, to spaghetti, no to veal. So Mac had spaghetti and Josie and Cheryl split a steak. Mark had an Indian chicken dish, supposedly from the Himalayan area of India, which he enjoyed. But service was slow, not because our waitress was lacking, but because a larger party in the back was jamming up the kitchen. We played numerous hands of Uno and drank a good Slovenian Cabernet (adults only) while ...
One more day in Slovenia before I head off to Croatia. It seems to be a trend I'm having before I go onto another country. Today I decided to stay behind and enjoy a 'down' day before Croatia because I think I'll be moving quite a bit once I'm down there. The countdown to my homecoming has begun in some ways, so I don't want to lose any more days, but today was well spent by preparing myself for the next two weeks. I read up ...
... with the local bus costing 4E, the only drawback was we had to wait an hour. The bus dropped us at the station in the city centre and in true traveler fashion we pulled out our map and navigated our way to our hostel. As we couldn't check in until 2pm (it was 1230pm) we decided to head off for some food. After checking out a couple of restaurants, most of which had no English menus, we decided to head to the the supermarket and buy some food to make ...