Ramada Hotel & Suites Kranjska Gora
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... we popped into the nearest village to get supplies, money and fuel, then found the campsite. It was a lovely level site in the middle of the countryside, a river divided and ran both sides. The ground was very wet in places but we found an area that wasn't too wet. It had stopped raining for the moment! As we prepared for bed the sky was clear and we could see a wonderful night sky. Ah, maybe it will be sunny ...
... old and ran on electric motors also some information about the lake and mountains. Ribcev Laz: a small village with the most photographed church in Slovenia. The small church, St Christopher's is famous s for it's 15th century frescos. We then walked back to camp, on the way back we stopped at a Scout camp site, but it was deserted. It appeared to be a permanently set out camp that ...
Guess what? It's still raining! After paying for our night at the campsite, we set off for Slovenia. We took the A10 motorway, this is a marvellous piece of engineering! It winds through the mountains through tunnels and accross bridges. The longest tunnel was 6.8 kilometres, it's quite scary to think of all that mountain sat on top of you! We pulled off at lunch time into a small alpine village to get ...
... winter is coming.
Time for me to move back to San Miguel de Allende and meeting Michelle since the authorities have kicked her out of Europe - I reported about this in an earlier blog entry.
June 2, 2014
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Dieter, Miriam, Manfred, Jannik, Jasmin and Anna had fun in Carinthia.
- In Maltatal at a shop
- At Kölnbreinsperre (dam) - VERBUND exhibition
- Fun at the Knight Games
- Seeboden Trampoline Jumping
What a nice ...