Kompas Hotel Bled
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Later, we walked around the town checking out the restaurants and bars. We found a cute bar, Kultur, playing '60's and '70's Rock and filled with young people sitting outside drinking wine/beer and smoking. Deb instantly liked it because the wine was only €1.20 per glass. Dinner was at a nearby traditional Slovenian restaurant, chock full of character.
We hopped in the car the next morning and headed northwest to the Julian Alps. Our route ...
... Lake Bled, were seen as a health resort by aristocrats from around the world. Today the island and the Assumption of Mary Pilgrimage Church, are known to be major tourist attractions. Bled Castle is an iconic landmark because of its location, which teeters on a cliff overlooking the lake.
Shortly after checking in, we were off to take in the local sights with our local tour guide.
From the former Presidential Residence, now the Hotel Vila ...
... the edge of the Julian alps) and much greener. The weather was also nicer (yay!) which meant we did a lot of walking and swimming and lazing by Lake Bled. Max, who is most definitely one for a view was all for a couple of longish 'hikes', as he calls them, up into the hills. I think he liked the idea I leading some epic walking adventure! Credit to him though, we did see some fabulous views. At the request of ...
... a local hunter who, in an attempt to win the favour of a local girl, hunted down and shot Goldenhorn, but he himself died, the goat came back to life and it and the fairies left, never to be seen again. I spent a few hours that night chatting to one of the two hostel staff, a British girl (I can’t for the life of me remember her name) who’d been travelling Europe and run out of money while in Slovenia, so got a job at ...
... and jumped in the hostel bus and the hostel owner, Mika, dropped us off at the Vintgar George where we were given 2hrs to walk to the falls at the end. It was here we met a pleasantly happy lass from Perth named Mel, who was also staying at the hostel and walked down to the gorge. She joined us on our stroll. The scenery was breathtaking with transparent emerald green waters that raced their way downstream as numerous wild trout sat patiently in the waters current, waiting to see what ...