Travel Blogs from Ljubljana
We had a late start today leaving Mestre so I had time to pack up and get organized and work on managing some photos even though I couldn't log on to the internet. We left Hotel Venezia at 11 am for the bus station where we got a coach ... a luxury travel bus to a town in Austria called Villach. As we left Venice, we saw flat farmland emerge …
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# of trains: 60
# of flights: 3
# of monies found: 1.25 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 swiss francn'cents , ...
... mile long gorge into the mountainside. In the rain, we hike out along wooden bridges, crossing over the river and of course Leo has to jump on the bridge behind me to make me think that we would be crashing into the river and carried away. Next time, we are getting married on "the Island." The next two days we spend in Ljubljana. Just like every other town in Slovenia the people are friendly and helpful. This town could be perhaps one of my favorites - ...
This morning we awoke after another amazing night sleep in the terrific, warm and comfortable hostel “The Old King’s Hostel”. Today’s itinerary involved taking the train from Fussen, north back to Munich, a 90 minute layover then a train from Germany, through Austria and onto Slovenia’s capital Ljubljana. Post packing up our gear we checked out and trudged back through town to the train station. Comfortably on board the train we settled ...
... around the castle, and climb the tower which had great views. The castle is now a central hub for educational trips, conferences, party's, socialising with lots of high end restaurants. It really was a nice place to visit, great to have in the centre of the city. We didn't get out untill after dark so we stayed in town again not far from the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services