Travel Blogs from Bled
A slow start this morning as we put on a load of washing & then waited while the dryer finished. After that we cycled into the hotel in Bled for a swim in the pools. We had a coffee & wine in a restaurant overlooking the lake after that. It was so relaxing. Then we cycled further around the lake, towards our campsite, when we came to a restaurant which we had passed the last couple of days, and yesterday we overheard a girl telling some ...
Very short hop over a very big mountain marking the Austrian / Slovenian border. Staying at a proper campsite, which is our only pre-booked site on the whole trip. Site costing around €50 a night, which is way above our usual €15 limit. Bonus is that we have WiFi for the first time on the trip so no setting up my satellite internet terminal like we have been doing everywhere else. Vickey's Notes Thursday 1st August It was a leisurely get up and quick stop into town to get ...
... a church-topped tiny island in the middle of the lake which is looked down on from a castle was not enough! Apparently we had arrived on "Bled" day.
... We watched for a while and then it was back on the bikes and off to Slovenija.
After crossing the border from Austria to Slovenija– only distinguished by the sign on the side of the road – our first impression was that joining the EU must have bought many changes for the locals. Roads were in great condition, there were signs of many new apartment blocks and ...
... of days we spent 42 euro. Not bad.
Scott and Paul are currently playing gold at the King's Course and Julie and I took that opportunity for a girls trip to a nearby town to view a different lake, also thinking there might be another castle. There wasn't but we did view the most photographed church in Slovenia, a memorial representing when the Nazi's infiltrated their precious tiny town and drank ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking