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- company: Matic
- difficulty: *****
- coolness: *****
- length: long
- asphalt: good
- do it if you like: gloriously suicidal challenges
The first one serves as a reminder that the wonderful thing about cycling ...
... 1hr 20 min journey to Lake Bled. Dad had always wanted to come here and I'm sure he would have been just as blown away by it as Mum and I were. Despite an initial downpour of rain while we were safely sheltered in a cafe eating the traditional Bled Cream Cake the day cleared to a pleasant afternoon offering us great views of Bled Island and the little church which sits perched on the island too. We boarded a very full and unstable feeling rowboat ...
... war who were interned in Mauthasen extermination camp and died whilst building the tunnel. Quite a shock! Although it was sobering to read about the sacrifice made by the POWs , their effort did not go unappreciated by both Gus and me.
Motorised units of the German Forces crossed the Ljubelj pass in 1941 due to its importance as a route across the Karavanke mountains. In 1943 the tunnel works resulted in a narrow pass from one side to the other. ...
... Ljubljana. Susan, Raymond and I ate at Pri Vodniku. a traditional Slovenia restaurant with rustic charm. Maybe charm is an overused description. But the food was excellent.. After dinner we walked to the city center and was able to see parts of the city we had not seen on the first night. We would say our goodbyes when returning to the ...
Another 6 hour train ride (starting to enjoy them less and less) bought us to Ljubljana, the lovely capital of Slovenia. The directions on the hostelworld website told us it was '...an easy 900m walk from the train station'. But 900m is nearly a kilometre, which is a long way when you're carrying or dragging 25kgs. We made it, though. First thing after checking in (to our massive and empty 6 bed dorm) we threw a mountain of dirty clothes in the machine, then sat around ...