Kompas Hotel Bled
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... lunch. We chose to visit a fresh fish restaurant just under the market walk (and perfectly located between rental agency and B&B) and it did not disappoint -- especially when a gigantic water rat ambled by for his photo op. We drove to the Ljubljana castle for a walkabout before driving the 50 minutes or so to Lake Bled where, to our surprise, we were met by the Policja once more. There is a Strategic Planning Conference here, with all the European Ministers present -- many ...
... that people from Slovenia and the surroundign countries come here for weekends away, or spend chunks of the summer in cottages nearby. It is full of kids, tourists, and backpackers. Nearly every menu is written in Slovenian, English, Spanish, and German. Everyone working here speaks at least a bit of English, and I wouldn't be surprised if they spoke a bit of a few other languages too.
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... was a view of Mt Triglav, the tallest mountain in Slovenia, as the lake sat very close by. We arrived at Bohinj and were instantly impressed by its serene beauty…and the significant decrease in tourists as compared with Lake Bled. We started our visit with another hike to see waterfalls just past its west shore (called Savica). It was a short and nice hike up about 500 stairs to see this beautiful waterfall that looked like it just emerged from the ...
... he was born during the war and was really glad that the United States stepped up and got involved. It was nice to come across another Euro who was happy to meet an American. Apparently not everyone hates the US, but you would not know that if you got your news through the liberal media, but that is another discussion for another day. Something Dominic did mention was that his father got his ear shot off during the war. ...
... along the passage. The walking was relatively simply along sturdy paths with hand rails alongside. Unfortunately due to the nature of the caves and very delicate condition of the rock we weren’t permitted to take any photographs so I have included some of the inside of the caves from the website. We’d tracked about another 200m when we came across some workers who were creating some more pathways down further into the canyon. They were ...