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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I figured out where it was on the map, I
decided it was for me. Slavko Avsenik was Slovenia’s and Europe’s polka king,
having popularized the Oberkrainer (Upper Carniolan) style of polka in the
1950s and 1960s, his polka band became top performers in the German speaking
countries and some other parts of Europe with many top of the chart songs
through the 1970s. That’s not the top of the polka chart; in Germany, Austria,
and Switzerland his ...
... and had some food and I had a famous Slovenian food called cevapcici which was lovely!! We then carried on, the rest of the group went on a rafting experience but we didn't want to pay 37 euros!! So we walked down the river at a different part which was beautiful and crystal clear! And made me seriously want to go kayaking! We moved on to an amazing waterfall next and got the chance to ...
... was swimming or boating. Plus, a lot of the luge riders were going down the hill very slowly, which piles up everything at either end.
After two rides, the kids wanted to just come back later, but that wasn't really possible as it was already after 5:00 and the tickets would expire today, so Cheryl made them suck up waiting in line one more time and do one more ride.
They did have a great time, however. It's a steep ...
... Bled. The rest of us started our day with a whitewater rafting trip, so we got into a van with a German speaking driver who argued with me about the number of people he was supposed to pick up. Laura had run back into the hotel just as he arrived, so we loaded 7 into the van and made to wait for Laura. He kept counting 8 and trying to shut the door, so it was a struggle to make him wait. Fortunately, Laura was quick, and soon we were ...
... another stop. Here we went for a hike up a mountain to view to source of the river Soca. We'd been informed by Luca that this would be the most technical hike of the day but I didn't think that it would actually require us to become mountain goats! In order to get to the source we had to manoeuvre ourselves along the edge of a cliff by clinging on to a wire for dear life and trying not to fall! It's certain to say that it got ...