Hotel Zdravilisce Lasko

Address: Zdraviliska Cesta 4, Lasko, 3270, Slovenia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Zdraviliska Cesta 4, Lasko.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zdravilisce Lasko

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Lasko

More swimming

A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Sep 03, 2015

... a beach ball to play with. There was not much around this hotel there was a farm next door and a gym. We had gone to the gym once. Every day it was getting colder. On the last day it was very cold. Luckily the pool was a warm indoor pool. It was getting dark so we went to ...

Another short day

A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Sep 02, 2015

Today we had breakfast very early. Soon after breakfast we studied until lunch then after lunch we went to the gym that just 100meters away. After the gym we went swimming. We stayed at the pool so long that when we got out Mitsuki and I couldn't see properly. We went back to the room and got ready for dinner. Dinner was yummy and by that time the chlorine had gone. After dinner we went to ...

Arrival at the hotel

A travel blog entry by godaiflying on Sep 01, 2015

We woke up from a long sleep. We were just in time for breakfast. After breakfast we went to the swimming pool and went for a swim. We swam until it was lunch time. We did some more swimming after lunch. The hotel even had an adventure course that looked really cool but it was only open Friday, Saturday, Sunday. We could only hang out with mum on ...

The Beautiful Balkans

A travel blog entry by clancyteagle on Aug 12, 2013

5 comments, 6 photos

... the azure waters of Dubrovnik but those intrepid travellers Tim and Helen set off for Montenegro where it appears very, very, very wealthy Russians spend their millions. Of the Balkan states we visited, Bosnia Herzegovina and Montenegro have not recovered from the war of the 90s to the same extent as others. The bullet holes in the walls of houses in Mostar are a vivid reminder of the conflict.

We think we have found paradise and the locals call ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Aug 01, 2013

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... had time for a few towns and settled on the awesomely named Ribnica and Novo Mesto. Ribnica was a quaint little place that had some old churches, some medieval buildings and a lot of people that could only speak one word. There was the drunken wino rolling around the ground who could only say “waaaaaaaa” as you passed and then there was the guy, who, upon being egged on by his mates from the pub yelled, “herrwaaaarrr,” at the ...