Hotel Penzion Jagodic
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... dedicated chefs wearing chefs' outfits and it's absolutely delicious. I've been into town on a local bus for lunch and a wander round. I would have walked the 4km but it's raining, as it has been for all but 10 days in the past 3 months, according to the driver who picked me up at the airport. I told him I've brought 2 sets of waterproofs and a brolly so that should guarantee the rain ...
... free. These buses are full of Australians, which when travelling, have a tendency to annoy me. I don’t really know what my problem was, maybe the ******** from the first night in Vienna had something to do with it, but it’s actually quite easy to stay clear of the bad ones and still meet some very good people.
Given that it was ******* down with rain while I was in Salzburg I didn’t have the chance to leave ...
... we did see some cows on the first hill climb.
Susan thought she best have a Coke to help keep her awake and when I got the drinks the steward used a very modern device to open the beer bottle - a spoon. She could have been a student from Dunedin!
Luckily it was not full so were able to keep swapping sides depending on which side of a valley we were moving along. Just before arriving in Villach we went along the side of
Lake Worthersee. Spectacular - have look on ...
... the day to honor Saints and also happens to be Mary's birthday (not sure if there is a correlation there or not). But people in Europe take it seriously. Everything closes down. Even the museums. I didn't get to see the Museum of Broken Relationships in Zagreb. Yes, there is a museum dedicated to collecting true stories of failed couples from around the world and tell their story in their own words along with an actual item that embodies the relationship. ...
... the 'Grand Canyon’ of caves.
Starting underground with a 10 minute train ride through the most amazing array of formations I was already beginning to think maybe this was more than just ‘another cave’. Now deep inside the cavern we headed off by foot for a kilometre or so. The sheer size of the space and the variety of stalagmites and stalactites had me experiencing scenic overload. Everywhere I looked there were different sizes, shapes, ...