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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Ljubljana
... antithesis that continually fluctuates depending on the season, time or weather. I find that thought both delightful and intriguing.
The second reason is that it feels safe-at least most of the time. The only time it doesn't feel safe is late at night when it feels like a ghost town which is kinda cool cause it is the capital city. The first night(before the clock struck midnight) it was so eerily quiet that I begged my friend, Borut to drive me to ...
... A number of buildings that survived the earthquake still stand in the historic part of town.
Of all the cities visited, Ljubljana was perhaps our favorite because of its fairy-tale quality. The city is pedestrian friendly in the Old Town with cafes lining the narrow, cobble-stoned streets, musicians playing on almost every corner, and architecture to die for. If I could choose a European city to retire to, this would certainly ...
... of a city, for the first time in a long while. I am going to have to try to get more of these days in because even though I did A LOT of walking, it felt like a great way to reenergize. Cities are great for having so many sites, but after a while they all start to look the same. Today was a nice reminder that there’s a lot more out there than just the cities.
I’m back at the hostel now watching the Red Sox try to win their seventh in ...
... to hear about the impact of the Yugoslav Wars on her family and relatives. Nevertheless, she is proud to be a citizen of Slovenia - growing up, all children are required to memorize the height of Triglav - everyone in the country can recite the measurement on command!
There aren't any must-see attractions in Ljubljana, which makes it all that much more enjoyable - we were able to spend our time walking around the city, enjoying the weather and soaking ...
... are so similar in appearance but it is the people who make them interesting and enjoyable. The Slavic people are so friendly and helpful. They are not trying to rip you off or sell you stuff. There also appears to be a population explosion, so many pregnant women, it was a very cold winter though. The wages are low about 600 -800 euros/month but of course the cost of living is lower as well which benefits us. ...