Nocitve Angelina

Zofija Skrabl s.p., Rogaska Slatina, 3250, Slovenia | Inn
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This inn is located on Zofija Skrabl s.p., Rogaska Slatina.
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Travel Blogs from Rogaska Slatina

Maribor and Sveti Tomaž

A travel blog entry by jeffreywatts on Jun 17, 2014

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... life. We biked past horses, cows, goats, sheep, turkeys, chickens and local women in their house-dresses working in their fields; often exchanging smiles which was really nice. It was as if we went back in time. After lunch we hit the pools and relaxed up a storm. At dinner we met a really nice British couple who were visiting a property they own in the area. I learned that years ago many British people bought into the Slovenian real estate market hoping for returns ...

Tito's Place

A travel blog entry by janlill on Jun 10, 2014

1 comment, 15 photos

... He was one of the few people who stood against Stalin and built a country which was free from the typical kind of communism. He was respected as a leader as he created peace in the area. After he died 1980 there was an uprising in Kosovo and in 1991, 900 years after they were last independent, they separated from Yugoslavia and became an independent state ...

Slovenia

A travel blog entry by sarahandthomas on Jun 05, 2014

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Neither of us had any expectations of Slovenia so didn't know what to expect, we had originally struggled to find a campsite in the area but on further investigation we found Camping Kekec so headed for it. Its at the foot of Mountain Pohorje in Maribor and has stunning views, we had stunning views throughout our journey through Slovenia.

Maribor is famous for having the oldest Vine in the world, over 400 years old and therefore is also a fairly well ...

Day 10 Lake Bled

A travel blog entry by nurse.sarah on Sep 05, 2013

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... and sunny, it was a bit of a trek, but well worth the effort.
After I got back to Bled, I went for a walk around the lake in the gathering dusk. It was another pretty walk, with changing views of the island and castle.
That night, in our rather lovely hotel, Kayla and I slept with the window open to let in the fresh, peaceful country air - no noisy traffic here!
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Serene Lake Bled, Zagreb & stunning Plitvice L

A travel blog entry by amy_green_22 on Aug 20, 2013

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... as long as possible and had a beautiful meal looking out over the lake. We joked about how romantic it was as the pianist played love songs and we shared a cake. We decided that, when we are older, wiser and maybe with the men of our dreams, we will return to Lake Bled for longer. It truly is a hidden wonder of Slovenia. After Slovenia, we took our last train to Zagreb, the capital of Croatia, to start the next leg of our journey. 4 counties in 7 days is ...