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  • Food | Slovenia > Tolmin
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    In the information center we got directions to a nearby restaurant: “Gostlina Zatolmin”. It was a good restaurant and not too expensive. Its located in a pink building on the exit from the Tolmin Canyon.

  • Food | Slovenia > Bled
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We drove to Bled to the Park Hotel, which was recommended by an Israeli couple that we’d met in the boat race and had a world class gibanica and cappuccino. 

  • Food | Slovenia > Škocjan Caves
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We looked for Betania restaurant which I’d read about in one of the tips, but unfortunately it was closed. We couldn’t figure out if it was closed for good of just didn’t open for the month of May, which is offseason. There was no one to ask.

  • Food | Slovenia > Pension Milka
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    Just before we entered the town of Kranjska Gora, we stopped on the left side of the road for lunch in the Milka Restaurant. It’s not the best restaurant, but the balcony offers a spectacular view of the cliffs and the lake. The restaurant also operates a B&B, and the price for a room for the night is €75 – but all the rooms were taken.

  • Food | Slovenia > Stara Fužina
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    At that point the sky grew darker and a light trickle started while we drove in the direction of Srednja Vas to Stara Fuzina, where the restaurant Mojca recommended us was located. The waitresses in the place are dressed in Slovenian outfits. We ate some delicious Slovenian cuisines and drove back to the guest house in the pouring rain and fog.

  • Food | Slovenia > Radovljica
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    We continued to the town of Radovljica and stopped for lunch at the excellent Kunstely restaurant which is located near the entrance to the town to the right. We ordered a velvety asparagus soup and a delicious trout with a side dish of potatoes wrapped in chard leaves, a typical Slovenian cuisine. It cost us €30 a couple.

  • Food | Slovenia > Lake Bled
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    After we settled in we drove to Bled Lake and saw a rowing contest with Israeli participants, one who broke his paddle right on the start. We traveled along the lake and stopped at a Panorama pastry for a cup of coffee and our first Kremšnita (Kremna rezina). It turned out that the birds also love Kremšnita, and picked the crumbs from the plate. When we got back to Bohinjska Bela we found out that there is a train rail near the house. We were worried we wouldn't be able to sleep, but the last train passed by at 21:10 and from then on it was quiet.

  • Food | Croatia > Krka
    Updated at Jul 10,2013

    Around 11:30 we arrived to a seafood restaurant inside the reserve, in a place surrounded by gushing water and beautiful scenery. We decided to order, assuming that by the time our fish arrived we’d be hungry – and so it was. 

  • Food | Montenegro > Budva
    Updated at Jul 2,2013

    From there we moved to Budva, also surrounded by walls and situated by the shore on a beautiful bay. By the entrance to town we had pizza and burke (börek) and then stormed the alleys of the old city. We moved to the shore and strolled along the beach, admiring the islet of Sveti Stefan, and from there we continued to Petrovac.

  • Food | Montenegro > Kolašin
    Updated at Jul 2,2013

    He directed us to the Platinin Restaurant in the center of town, and it was a good choice, inexpensive, with large plates. The bean soup was delicious and filling, but we ordered some other dishes and nearly exploded… We ended up paying €18 a couple, including tip. Back in the guest house we watched the one channel the television had to offer, and hoped for a less rainy day tomorrow.