Werzer's Hotel Resort Portschach
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This morning we drove through Slovenia's only National Park. The park covers a few mountains near the Slovenia, Italy, and Austria borders. The road over the mountain contains 50 switchbacks/hairpin turns; that doesn't count other turns, just the severe ones! Grant, had the pleasure of driving with other drivers who like to use both lanes, along with motorcycles, ...
... easily on foot so we will strap on the walking shoes and attempt to stay in the shade while we explore. The following day Marg is booked into the towns major hairdresser where it appears most if not all of the staff speak no English at all so I think she is quietly a little nervous about the outcome but I have assured her the rainbow coloured crew cut will grow out before we return to Australia. I am not sure Marg is convinced. A quick call ...
... our remaining supplies. A smorgasbord of Hungarian sausages, ham and cheese. Then a period of rest for the older boys, since another bus arrived at 3 pm to pick up Sam, Brady and Bryce for a Canyoning adventure. This involves being driven high up into the surrounding mountain park, and then coming down a narrow canyon by jumping into pools of water, sliding down slick stones, and using ropes to drop down more vertical rock faces. Sam was ...
... can imagine my amazement when we walked through a scattering of outside tables of an alpine restaurant to a spacious cage where there it was, a huge, brown bear, all teeth and claws and leaping up on its hind legs to greet us. I had never even see a brown bear before and was absolutely awestruck. Despite its roomy surroundings, I couldn’t help feel that it was cruel to have such a magnificent creature effectively behind bars and didn’t want to take photos. It was certainly ...
... stuff about us or any of the other guests.
Our first priority was trying the famous Bled cream cake, a patisserie type concoction which has a pastry topping, then a thick layer of cream, followed by a yellow vanilla, then more pastry. Even at 11am it was seriously tasty, accompanied by an unparalleled view of Bled Island.
In a bid to burn off the gizzlions of calories we just ingested, we then hired bikes for a leisurely ninety ...