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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... to find a vignette. So we stopped for gas, cash and a vignette (of course we now need Euros for anyone to use the bathroom).
Given that everyone alternating between dozing and snacking, we did not stop again as we climbed into the mountains (yes, there is snow on those peaks). They are spectacular, but Sam and I enjoyed them mostly by ourselves (Sam rode in the middle-front seat most of the trip, ...
... modern feel. We climbed the tower for the great views of both the old Communist city and the charming downtown. The small theater offers a movie about the history of the castle – told from the perspective of a dragon that flies in from outside the galaxy? It was interesting to learn that the Romans were the first to build a city here, and that the oldest wheel with axle attached was found in the Slovenian marshes outside Ljubljana. We also visited ...
... sat down at a restaurant to have a drink.
We went for a 3 hour bike ride.
It was so long.
It was about a 17 km ride.
I made it all the way there. I did not have water the whole time sort of.
After lunch we went on a boat ride.
Dad rowed us to the small island in the middle of the lake.
After we got off and looked around we hopped back on the boat.
But this ...
Today was a lot of wasted time trying to get things done, but I did get to see a lot of Ljubljana and it is a beautiful city. I spent a few hours walking around trying to find a place where I could do my laundry, and get my haircut. These are pretty easy things to find in most cities, but for some reason they proved to be nearly impossible tasks here. I was never able to get my haircut, which is pretty ...
... cathedral where they have the most amazing bronzed door with the history of Christianity in the country sculpted right into it - over 1250 years worth. In the evening, we made the trek up to Ljubljana Castle. While we didn't go inside (as we've had enough of castles by this point), we were offered a great vantage of the city.
The next day, we got an earlier start so we could visit the Skocjan caves. We arrived at a restaurant called Manna just as it opened ...