Hotel Penzion Jagodic
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hotel. At the end we received a cookie from the dancers with a label reading "Traditional Slovenian Evenings". That explains the evening and everyone having the same meal! Rich & Patrick left before dessert, and we hugged them and said our goodbyes. After dessert, we walked back to the hotel, where we said our goodbyes to Pong, Jessie & Sandy. Jessie was teary-eyed and it began to spread. Back in the room to finalize packing for our early start in the ...
... Roman soldiers and deities to Kings and Nuns)! Through their acting, they took us on a journey of life in the Castle over the ages - it was nice to hear the stories - which at times were quite entertaining vs. the history lecture of most tours!
We finished our trip to the Castle by walking up to the observatory tower for a 360 degree view of the city. Having seen the sites in the morning, ...
... took the scenic route back to Bled which meant negotiating some very twisty and narrow roads which were quite challenging for Ken, who was driving. Once again though the scenery of the Julian Alps was quite spectacular. We self-catered for dinner and all had light meals of cold meat, cheeses, tomatoes, eggs and bread.
... else you wanted for you while you waited, eggs whichever way you pleased, smoothies etc. We loved every minute of our stay here. We also found the most delicious restaurant in the area called Shambala, an Asian fusion restaurant where Mum swears she ate the best meal of her life. I had been really looking forward to getting to Slovenia and it more than exceeded my expectations. Everything is so beautiful and the scenery so diverse, from ...
Slovenia is a unique choice for my first stop on the trip. I found a cheap flight on Wizz Air, and it made for a good starting hub to train up to Austria and Hungary so I decided to check it out for a few nights. I knew nothing about Ljubljana, or Slovenia for that matter, except I remember the World Cup match in 2010 where the U.S. nearly lost to Slovenia before their epic comeback in the last 45 minutes. I got ...