Hotel Penzion Jagodic
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... last, which it has, but if it hadn't it wouldn't have been thought of as a big deal since it was just Ljubljana rather than bigger cities like Rome and Athens. The architect of this bridge is a local Slovenian architect named Joze Plecnik who designed and built at least two other bridges in Ljubljana as well as many other buildings. One of these buildings was the library which is both the national library and a university library. The thought behind the design of this building ...
... Ljubljana. It wasn’t until I reached Lake Bled that I realized just how not-touristy Lake Bohinj was .
I think that in my entire time at Lake Bohinj I saw about twenty other people walking around the lake. When I first saw Lake Bled, I was surrounded by at least fifty people. Lake Bled was also stunning, and I was lucky to have nice weather there as well. The difference for me was that Bohinj was completely natural. There was nothing on ...
... time another person came up indicating he too was to have someone pick him up and he was told the same thing I was. We started talking. His name was Raymond and he was going to be on the tour. His luggage was lost and was told it would be delivered to hotel later.
The man we had been talking to earlier came back in and said he called and he could take us to the hotel. Thank goodness I did not have to wait longer. I was tired and wanted to take a ...
... point is that most of the beautiful buildings and structures we see today in Ljubljana are in some way influenced by the great Plecnik. Our walking tour proceeded down river towards the next bridge crossing - Butcher’s Bridge (Mesarski Most). This bridge is the most modern of all the bridges spanning the Ljubljanica River. Plecnik had grand plans for this bridge to be a replica of Italy’s Rialto bridge but that plan never eventuated. The current bridge is steel and ...
... br> We woke and pretty much made our way straight to the car hire via a stop at a bakery for some breakfast and pack some lunch. We met our colleagues as planned and after finalising the paperwork we were shown to our car. It wasn't as difficult the second time around driving on the right had side, as it only took me a few minutes to adjust. Before we knew it we had, by joint team effort, navigated our way out of Ljubljana and were cruising our way down south-west on the ...