Hotel Penzion Jagodic
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... recent scandal with meat in the UK we had probably ate horse before but this was our first known time at trying it and we weren't disappointed, would definitely eat one again and highly recommend it to anyone. As it was the start of the World Cup, we decided to centre our evening around that and watched it in one of the many cafe bars on the river bank. It wasn't quite the wild night we had in mind but we both were quite tired so we retired to bed after the ...
... how to, or which brokerage to contact to. Because in their eyes, all real estate brokerages are the same. They'll list your home and stay on it until a buyer occurs. Also, signing a list agreement that they can not even leave off until it expires, using a hefty commission percentage is not only what these sellers consider. In order that they just stay on these properties and do nothing at all. Until someone creative is ...
... We were seated and our friendly yet oddly pushy waiter took our orders. We relaxed with a glass of red and wait for our meals to arrive. When the food came we were slightly disappointed at the creativity (or lack thereof) of the dishes. The meal and meat was nice, but lacked something unique that we were expecting. It seemed very German influenced, just not as good. We finished our meal and paid after our waiter nicely insisted on a tip and retired to the hostel for the ...
... castle on a hill and totally walkable. That said, it was subdued. Part of that was that many things were closed all weekend, even restaurants, except for the ones in center of the old town catering to tourists, which I found odd. the bars were open late on Saturday, but empty, although the outdoor cafes were busy. Sunday night was just plain dead, and Monday wasn't much better although I learned a lot about ...
... begins. The walking tour lasts about 2 1/2 hours with that time spent in the city center. We hear stories about Slovenia and the city of Ljubljana learning about history, legends and local life. The guide was in the past a professor in the University. He is quite knowledge and very good with directing the tour around town. After the tour, I spend some time walking back to the river and finding the street market so I can get some lunch. I select some raspberries and a ...