Hotel Lev Ljubljana
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... It was a beautiful drive South (I think this country IS just beautiful, really) and got into Ljublijana in mid afternoon. This incident made us aware that Lonely Planet may get things wrong so we shouldn’t trust blindly!
We found ourselves a campsite on the outskirts of the city for easy access. We had a bit of a rest and some cold showers as it was ridiculously hot, and then headed into town. We wanted to go for a nice meal, so we ...
... was an unsettling experience to find Nigel Raine's face in front of me as the first sight of my day. So much in fact that I got washed, threw some clothes on and headed to the nearest café to get a caffeine fix.
Once I began to vibrate at just the right frequency, we moseyed on up to the station to dump our bags in a locker and buy tickets for the night train to Venice. From there we began a gentle stroll around town with the intention of doing little more ...
... to be in yet another country. I managed to find the tourist information office, which had perhaps the nicest customer service person I had met to date. She was falling over herself to explain the bus system to me, giving me advice on what to see, etc. And I didn't even really need to act. Perfect. She pointed me in the right direction and I ended up at my hostel.
I am staying at Hostel Print. Now, this hostel may not have been centrally ...
... with seeing a GP. Got some standard cold & flu tablets no worries and it also seemed we could see a quack the next day, probably free, using our EHIC cards. Problem was getting some cash. The ATM near the hostel wasn't giving us any at all so we asked at the hostel if there was an issue with it, where another one was. I set off myself, leaving Cassie to rest, not un-worried about the dip in temperature and storm clouds approaching.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Lev Ljubljana
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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