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TravelPod Member ReviewsSabotin Hotel Solkan
Disappointingly basic and very overpriced at E90+ . But the only alternatives in this company town - the 2 casino hotels Park and Perla - are even more expensive - all are owned by the HIT group as is most of the town or so it seems.
Staff were friendly and helpful.
OK restaurant with live mucic duo on Saturday night.
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... at an open section of river and he spent about 30mins looking at and investigating the rocks! We found one with incredible green streaks through it. We wanted to try some Slovenian cuisine so went for dinner at a cute little place called Strud'l. We had a huge feast of local specialities. It was delicious! We also tried their homemade tea and a crepe for dessert. So full! Very enjoyable ...
... the lake! The scenery was beautiful with forests, mountains and waterfalls. Once we made it to the town again we were freezing so headed back to the van for soup. Then we took the main road through Bohinjska to Lake Bohinj in the Triglav National park. It's beautiful. We have never experienced Autumn like this before! So many spectacular colours. All up we rode for about 4hours (75km) before heading back to the van for ...
... the glass from dozens of regional producers from
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bit too much in food and wine through the afternoon and am sure I ended the day
chubbier than I started it.
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the city the next morning and take an afternoon train to ...
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significant Italian territory. Ernest Hemingway served as a Red Cross volunteer
in the area during the war and set his book “Farewell to Arms” partly in
Anyway, the Soca/Isonzo Valley contains many cemeteries of
the war dead on both sides, many of whom died from freezing conditions, sickness,
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... relatives of my mom. It is not the kind of a tour I’d chose nowadays but was very
memorable and enjoyable.
En route from Vienna to Venice that tour spent close to a
day in what was then still Yugoslavia. Tito had died five years earlier and the
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thunk” then that the country would break apart a six years ahead or that the
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