Diary of Slovenia Day 5

Ljubljana Castle on www.MilliGFunk.com

As I’m writing this post, I’m curled up in bed for our last night in Ljubljana, Slovenia. Our stay at the City Hotel has been great, and we spent quite a bit of time on foot today exploring the capital city. Standouts today have been the hotel, our walk to … Continue reading

Diary of Slovenia Day 4.5: A Traditional Slovenian Evening of Food Dance and Music

A Slovenian Evening Food Dance & Music on www.MilliGFunk.com

One of my favorite parts of our week-long Slovenia trip was a Traditional Slovenian Evening of food, dance, and music. The Traditional Slovenian Evening was held at a restaurant that was less than five minutes’ walk from the City Hotel where we were staying in Ljubljana, so it was convenient and … Continue reading

Diary of Slovenia Day 4: Atlantis Water Park

Outside of Atlantis Water Park in Ljubljana Slovenia on www.MilliGFunk.com

I’m so excited for our night tonight! Right now, both Nick and Small Shaw are napping in our dark hotel room, but I’ve decided to push through. I don’t sleep well at night when I’m pregnant anyway, so a midday nap will probably make me more likely to toss and … Continue reading

Diary of Slovenia Day 3

A Visit to Predjama Castle, Slovenia on www.MilliGFunk.com

I’m back today with our Diary of Slovenia Day 3 post. On Day 3 we had breakfast at the Tourist Farm Touristica Kmetija Kosir in Kranjska Gora, toured the Postojna Caves, and visited the Predjama Castle. We finished our day with a drive to the capital city of Slovenia: Ljubljana. If you’d like … Continue reading

Diary of Slovenia Day 2: In Photos

Kranjska Gora, Slovenia on www.MilliGFunk.com

Today, I’ve got a Diary of Slovenia Day 2: In Photos for you. We walked more than seven miles in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia on our second day of vacation. We saw manmade waterfalls, dry lake beds, frozen-over lakes, mountains, valleys, skiers, playgrounds, and more. Here’s a photo journal of our … Continue reading

Diary of Slovenia: Day 1

German Countryside on www.MilliGFunk.com

We left our house in Germany this morning at around 8:00 a.m. Once the dogs were settled in at the kennel, we hit the highway for Slovenia, expecting a six-hour travel day. The German Autobahn is famous for high-speed driving. It’s traffic jams, which are called “Staus” in German, are … Continue reading

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