Terme Tuhelj Hotel Well
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids pool
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... I received a lovely little tourist booklet, in French s'il vous plait, with walking tours and things to see. I just walked during five days and enjoyed every minut of it!
I saw, again, a statue of St Georges killing the dragon,and a statue of Nikola Tesla, who, now I know, was born in Croatia. I was at the Lotrščak tower, all above the hill, and while sitting close I had a big start when suddenly, at noon, "baoum" the canon was shot! ...
... to talk about the adventure Jas and I had in Ljubljana! We had heard of this area called Metelkova where apparently there was lots of music, cheap beer, and a thriving art scene. After the opera (see pictures) we decided to head over and check it out. It turned out it was rather far from the park where we were, and the streets got darker and darker and quieter and more deserted as we got closer to Metelkova. The closer we got, the ...
... Let's say we rolled out of that restaurant after a few hours of goodness. We ended up stumbling into an outdoor show next to the funicular place, and they were serving beer and playing some good jazz right there in the open.
Not surprisingly, we met a croatian young couple that we ended up spending the night with, drinking away into the night and eventually even going out to dance in a danceclub in Zagreb!
Let's just say it was a good start to our trip!
... 8217;d invited me to come to her class, so I said, ok! Why not? It’s a level 1 class, so I’m pretty sure even with my significant loss of fluency over the last three years of not practicing, I could handle a level one class. It was interesting. The Chinese was fine – there’s some words I had forgotten and a grammar point or two that it was good to be refreshed on. Actually just talking with Xiaojie was useful (during the other parts ...
... here. The downtown area is split into two- Upper town and Lower town. Upper town is more beautiful, with lots of medieval architecture, small, narrow streets, orange and yellow colored buildings and heaps of museums. There is also a beautiful gothic cathedral which gave me a chance to thaw out and an 'old town gate' with a shrine, built under a bridge and commonly used for prayer. There's also the shortest funicular railway in the ...