We woke early again to the woodpeckers and the cuckoos. Suzy was unhooked and our goodbyes were said to Lake Bled. It has been a good site and the weather had picked up so all is well with the world.
Our plan for today is to travel from Lake Bled to our stop for the night at the Ljubljana Resort site just about 3 miles out of the town. There is a good bus service so hopefully we will be able to get into the city and do some sightseeing.
The journey was relatively a short one just over an hour. We left our leaving until quite late and paid up for our two nights stay. And waved goodbye to our Polish neighbours. We never did find out where they were heading to.
The roads were quite clear and were not particularly heavy with traffic as we headed towards Ljubljana. Ljubljana has approximately 280,000 inhabitants and is the equivalent of a large town back home. The size means it should be particularly easy to negotiate and find our way round.
We arrived at the campsite mid afternoon and registered with reception . This is a big campsite
and resort with hotel rooms and campground. It was fairly quiet when we arrived . It is another ACSI site and is close to a bus to town . Number 6 runs every 10mins to the centre of town. If there is a downside it is that there is no shop on site and the nearest is a bakery just up the road where we bought Mice Bread. I think it really should be Rice bread a yellow cake like bread. And further on 800 metres away is a supermarket although we never got that far as the weather had improved so much that the temperature hit 25 degrees and it felt steaming.
We could pick any plot at this time of year as only part of the site was open and it was out of season. The swimming pool only opened mid June which was a shame as it was warm enough to dip my toes into the water and take a dip. There is a fitness centre but I did not try this. The plots are fairly large and more can be opened up as the season progresses. A river the Sava runs alongside the site and
a railway line. We heard a few trains through the day but not many at night.
The shower blocks were fairly clean and tidy. Not the cleanest I have seen but they seem to try their best to keep on top of the cleaning. And best of all there is a laundry block with one washer and one dryer. i tried the washer at 5 euro and got a load of dirty stuff out of the way. The dryer cost the same but I cannot vouch for how good that was. We bought an Urbana card for 2 euros to use on the local bus and loaded it with 4 journeys at 1 euro 20 cents. WiFi was 2 euro for 24 hours and the connection was excellent.
We spent the evening sitting outside as even when the sun went down it was still warm. Drinking Earl Grey tea and making daisy chains. Its a good life this motorhoming.
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