- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I went extremely slow, fearful of falling and rolling down the rest of the way. Jason soon met up with us and told us he wasn't sure he took the right path because the although the views he saw were picturesque, he did not see the lake, which is what the viewpoint we were looking for was supposed to be of.
Once we were safely back at the bottom of the hill without me or Ren falling, we continued walking around the lake. We found a nice big dock and ...
... up in the fields.
After a bit of culture set off for another lake, Lake Bohinj. This is a big lake and used for camping and canoeing etc. but like all of Slovenia it seems, wonderfully tidy and controlled and the place was very beautifully presented. We drove to the end of the lake and walked up 500 steps to take a look at the Savica Waterfall where the very full river appeared as if by magic from a fault line in the cliffs and fell for another 78m before ...
... lake, which provided another hour or so of amazing views before I made it back to the hostel, bought myself some breakfast and lunch and was dropped at Bled station before my 5 hour journey to Venezia-Mestre, the mainland neighbour to Venice. On the beautifully scenic train journey I chatted to a friendly Italian woman from Parma - who’d lived in Cairns for 6 months - while we travelled through Slovenian mountain passes, following ...
... these falls was huge. The power was immense. A fitting end to the gorge and well worth getting soaked for. By now the rain had eased slightly so we headed back up the gorge. The journey back over the same track was slightly up hill all the way and by now we were carrying soaked clothes and a drenched backpack. Finally emerging back at the top of the gorge we attempted to dry off a little before entering the small cafe. Just what the doctor ordered, an ...
... back into our clothes and were dropped back off at the hostel.. The hostel was on top of a pub, so Ben and I decided to thaw our bodies out with a shot of local pine needle schnapps. The liqueur was delightful and warmed our bodies to the core. We then relaxed in the hostel, as we had started to really get along well with the staff and other travellers staying there. We all had kebabs for dinner and then called it a night.
The weather the following morning was wet and cold so ...