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- Swimming pool
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... forced relaxation/reading time, to wait for the pool to open at 3 pm. We were the first (all but one) in the pool area when it opened at 3. Having not had the chance to soak in a bath since we left home (there being only showers available in our hotels after Sydney), I really enjoyed the warm spa. We had a swim as well and all up spent about 50 minutes relaxing and enjoying the view. As it had stopped raining ...
... soon after arriving in Bled how the town got it's name. They bleed you dry! It was pouring rain when we got off the bus, so we had to get one of the city's two taxis to take us to our hotel (Kompas Hotel). It cost us 12 euros for a ride that took just 2-3 minutes! And Bob tried to buy a map. It was going to cost 12 euros! We were blessed with the weather though as ...
... lunchtime which necessitated a bout of indoor activity turning to cabin fever. Fortunately come tea time it had calmed down enough for us to stroll around the picturesque lake and take roughly a zillion photos just as everyone else was doing.We managed to get down as far as Scofja Loca and its tight little centre that wouldn't be hugely unidentifiable to generations of inhabitants. The river, the old town gates, the churches, the streets as ...
... in Salzburg was too short to go to the castle so yes to coffee at Starbucks and watching the crowd go by in the main shopping street. Then the really interesting part of the day began . It was a drive of over 200 miles through the alps! Amazing views of the mountains in the Juhan Alps, the eastern end of the Alps. Through tunnels , one which was 8 kilometres long the Karawanken Tunnel )o learn that this is the main route to go to Croatia ,a favourite summer holiday ...
... on toast I have ever had!! And then ventured out for the fourth and finally time up the hill to the castle! Which after a cheeky step around the side of the castle we got an amazing (& free) view over the lake and the mountain range around the area. Even getting the last glimpse of sun light setting behind the mountains!! Now to pack and get ready for the train tomorrow to our next country of ...