Tourist Farm Pri Marku
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... Franc which was very nice €5-10 a glass.
Dinner cost €60 (NZ$95)
The whole area was humming with people esp young people. I saw a man with an empty baby seat on his bike go past. 10 mins later he biked back with a packet of nappies in his hand. He was eating nearby with his partner, child & dog.
You can understand why Antony Gough is so keen to get the Oxford Tce area up and running again.
As it was such a nice evening and as we pased Cacaco we got ...
... brewing scene from a bartender at Sir William's pub.
The traditional food was pretty good, being meat heavy and a mix between German and Hungarian (stews/goulashes). There was also a lot of Italian, which wasn't surprising because of its proximity and the amount of tourists who cannot seem to ever get enough pasta or pizza. I skipped the Italian and had (at varying times) veal, venison and ...
... It seems the Ambulance people thought "lungs" and took me to this specialist hospital. Peter in the Ambulance with me. He was to come back later by Taxi to collect our stuff.
(Peter's contribution. I was actually at the hotel reception organising an extension of our stay when I heard someone call out, turned around to see Julie on the floor. Told staff to call an ambulance and ended up talking to a doctor who asked ...
... Loka which are all located within the Lower Gorenjska area.
Kamnik was our first destination and although the town only sits 15 km from Ljubljana and is actually considered an outer suburb of the capital, you would think, looking around, that you were 1,000 km away deep in the country. The town is pretty little and most people come just for a stroll through the Old Town which had been wonderfully preserved. Like most people, we ...
... suburbs and small rural towns before arriving at the airport. Not once does the bus travel on a highway. This is nice as looking out the window I see the Slovenian landscape go by as we head into the countryside and into the hills of the nearby mountains. I even see a huge stork stalking a field of something growing on a farm. In the distance, I can see the snow-capped mountains. As we are driving up I wonder, do the airplanes fly right off a mountain top? The airport is ...