Hotel Lev Ljubljana
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The hotel was located a short walk from both the train station and the old town. Staff were friendly and helpful throughout our stay. Breakfast was good without being great and the hotel offered free internet access in the Business Centre. Our room was large enough and
comfortable and had views over the city to the castle. Hotel Lev is a
good business-style hotel that is convenient to transport and the city's sights.
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Arrived afternoon for walking tour in city.Raining cats and dogs! Walked through old town with guide. Very ornate ,very old church and lots of nice old buildings.Did a little shopping ,had a weird Pina colada.Enjoyed some drinks in the bar then dinner in hotel. Turned on TV and bondi vet was on! Ha. Next morning gave the cave excursion a miss. …
... city to explore. We had about an hour before dinner to wonder, I walked from one side of the city to the other and then came back for pre drinks. The city was nice and it did have many bars, we only went to one - Skeleton Bar which was so cool and was filled with real skulls and bodies.
For dinner we went to a traditional restaurant where we all tried horse steak, I ...
... us. One of the men struck conversation with me asking where we were from and so forth. One of the other men did not believe me and made a bet with the other three that because of my beard and Slovenian company I had to be from Austria. He obviously lost the bet seeing how I am definitely a US citizen and had to buy us a bottle of Cabernet Sauvignon which made the place the perfect choice! The following day it started snowing early in the morning, it was ...
... history, it has been influenced by its geographic position at the crossroads of Germanic, Latin and Slavic cultures.