Hotel Penzion Jagodic
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the door tells us it should be open. Ah well maybe next time. We decide to catch the Funicular Railway up to the Castle that sits on a hill in the centre of town. This saves us walking up the steep path. From the Castle Terrace we have terrific views of the town and surrounding country. Back down into town and we wander around the old area poking our nose into several shops and people watching as we wander along. For dinner tonight we went to ...
... but with the rain on, I wasn’t hanging around. I’ve been trying to figure out my plan for tomorrow and I’m definitely going to get out to Lake Bled, and I’m hoping to fit in a trip to Lake Bohinj as well. I’ll have to see how I’m doing time-wise, and also how the weather is. The forecast is for rain again tomorrow, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed that they’re ...
... and I took advantage of the creamy goodness 'til our hearts (and bellies) were content. We walked back the coastline from whence we came admiring the view of calm seas and marinas filled with old fishing boats and yachts that sit on the surface of glass. We went into a large main square and walked up a hill to the other side of the point in which the town is situated. We rested on an old wall that overlooked the calm turquoise waters and admired as the schools of fish ...
... ended up being a lot of fun and a great home base for our time in Slovenia.
As we made our way to the centre and explored the area, we decided Ljubljana is similar to Karlovy Vary with a little bit of Prague big-city charm. It's far smaller than a lot of big cities we've seen (280,000 people, but remains the largest city in the country), but it has the architecture and amenities that make it feel much larger. ...
... its own, after Tivoli park and some train tracks. It seemed simple enough on the map and reception gave me good pointers. I managed to get lost and walked in the opposite direction. Needless to say, I didn't have the time nor patience to start over again.
On my way I passed a couple of embassies, the opera and ballet house, other museums, statues and universities. I entered an evangelical church which was very quiet. There was one woman on ...