Somewhere in Ljubljana

Slovenia travel stories

Loving Slovenia (video)

Have you Traveled to Slovenia? Yes, we got married in Slovenia I met with Ursa representing Slovenian Tourism and Kompas to discuss our wedding and what is happening in Slovenia for travelers. There is lots of explore. So watch the video...

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Slovenia Surprise

Slovenia Surprise Arriving in Slovenia I arrived in Slovenia after many hours and many border patrol checkpoints since leaving Serbia at dawn. Ignoring the straight freeway, our shuttle van veered onto a two-lane road in Bosnia, and crossed into Croatia, before...

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A Day on the Lake in Bled, Slovenia

“One more drink,” says the Slovenian hockey player. I mumble an excuse about the lake, it’s not even noon yet. “Lake later. Lake is there all day. One more drink now.” He shoves another full glass of wine into my hand. I slowly take it down while the hockey player...

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Best of Croatia & Slovenia

Explore the Best of Croatia and Slovenia On New “Dalmatian Sunshine” Escorted Tour Long synonymous with vacations to Ireland and Britain, CIE Tours International has extended its expertise into Eastern Europe, offering a new Dalmatian Sunshine vacation, a...

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The Wayfarers Walk Eastern Europe

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ROMAN LEGIONS AND OTTOMAN TURKS, THE WAYFARERS’ WALKING HOLIDAYS CHART A COURSE ACROSS EASTERN EUROPE Newport, Rhode Island, February 2007– The Wayfarers, the world’s premier purveyor of walking adventure vacations, returns to Eastern Europe for a...

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New Bike Tour Packages for 2007

Chattanooga, TN, December 2006 -- BikeToursDirect, the one-stop resource for bicycle tours in Europe, has announced its 2007 roster of more than 200 guided and self-guided cycling programs in 30 countries. The line-up includes expanded programs in popular regions such...

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8 Days in Slovenia and Croatia

Los Angeles, October 2006 -- Continental Journeys offers an eight-day, air-inclusive winter getaway to Ljubljana and Zagreb, charming centuries-old cities and the capitals of Slovenia and Croatia, priced at $1,479 per person, double occupancy, for tourist-class,...

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