Suite Hotel Klass
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... have a serious little challenge on my hands. As we speak the Alps are
also having problems at the moment with the weather. The lower parts are flooded
and the upper passes are snowed under so roads from all angles are closed.
Problem I now have is getting through there without having closed roads slammed
in my face every half hour.
I could stick to motorways and get to Amsterdam within two days but 1000
miles on m/way is just way too boring so i ...
... on the bus all the way back as it was full of students. Not one of them offered Papa Robin a seat! Young people are the same the world over I think? Maybe a Chisholm student would have offered? Today the rain has fallen all day. We bused to Spitall and used the wifi at the Schloss Cafe. My laptop would not work properly! Lucky the iPads allowed us to book rail tickets for next week and catchup on mail etc. we also organised a taxi to take us to the station ...
... below 10 degrees today!
Sat 25th: Had several maps and so much to explore that we didn't know where to start! Bastian, our host, suggested we drive to Lake Bohinj west of Bled where we climbed up to the waterfall at Savica. On our way back we stopped at Cesnjica for very ...
... English, had a bus timetable with him and advised us to stay on the train until Klagenfurt, three stops away. We could then board the bus for Venice from there. We would only be 11/2 hrs late. That sounded like a plan. I mean we had always wanted to go to Klagenfurt ........a relation perhaps to Frankfurt?? Not sure! Anyway, this kind young man even gave us plan B......if the bus at Klagenfurt was booked out, there was a train at 4.30pm for Venice. So there we ...
... had been in Canada, and both were set amongst the snow capped Rocky Mountains, however I think that we may have been spoiled. The spa at Ptuj was a busy water park not a relaxing spa, and we made a hasty departure. The town did however provide a chance to stretch our legs and have lunch, and like every town we visited Ptuj had an Aldi, or Hofer as they call it in Slovenia, which was where ...