Hotel Penzion Jagodic
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and destroyed in 1657' story but the stories behind the story. Who knew that there was a shame chair by the city hall and that people were put on a wooden donkey for their sins and pulled through the streets of Ljubljana?! Now there is an idea for my students: shame chair not donkey! Quickly we left the city behind and ventured to the outskirts. Tevz's knowledge of the different areas was amazing and I guess his love and passion for his country and city help with this. It is amazing what ...
... dire need when I got off the bus. The nearest facilities were a steep one euro, which I did not have on me. After awkwardly walking around for 10 minutes I found further facilities which cost a mere 50 cents. Alas, I had only 46 cents in coins. I was starting to panic. I managed to find a nearby coffee shop where I ordered atakeout espresso so I could split a 50 euro note. The lady had to go to another store to get proper change. I waited, shifting from foot to ...
... but like I mentioned, much of the city was closed due to the holiday. Beyond the city center, it looked like a ghost town... sort of strange for a Saturday. Anyway, pretty chill day, not to much else to write about. I might go out for a few drinks tonight, or try to catch a sporting event on one of the pubs tv's, but likely I'll take it easy and see if I can't get an early start on tomorrow, whatever it may ...
... 30km to we were caught by a large amalgamated group of 4 different age groups so got to rest and recover a bit as we turned towards Ljubljana. Because some riders in the group were racing for top 10 positions there was some hairy riding through the outskirts of town as the pace was kept fairly high so it was a matter of trying to stay out of trouble near the front and hang on until the final sprint. The final time was 3hrs58min so an average time just under 40kmph for the ...
... and decided to spend the 3 hour wait exploring the old town. By the time the train pulled into Zagreb’s train station the sun had come out and it had warmed up. On my way to the old town from the train station, a random Croatian asked me 'do you have time’ assuming he was asking what the time was, I started to show him my watch, however it turned out that he had recognized I was a tourist and was asking whether I was on my way anywhere. Thus my 3 hours in Zagreb was ...