I spent my last night in Europe in jail!!!
A friend of mine whom lives in Ljubljana suggested that I stay at this hotel. It was easy to find on the web and to make reservations at. It was really cheap. When I checked in I had some problems getting into my room, which turned out to be that the man that I was sharing the room with had accidentally locked the door from the inside. Once he let me in I had no problems. The room that I was in was the smallest hotel room I had ever seen in my life. It was as big as a jail cell, wait a minute, it was a jail cell! Hotel Celica is an old jail converted to a hotel. The two single beds in my room had only about 70 cm between them. There was only enough room left to store a small amount of luggage. The old cell door was still in place along with a regular door for privacy. The window was not big enough to crawl out of. The shared bathrooms were very nice and clean. I could see that this would be perfect for the young travelers. They did have two computers for email and surfing in the nice caf� on the first floor, however, after waiting about an hour on the two jerks hogging the computers I gave up. I did enjoy a great beer while watching one of the worst snow storms of the season while stewing though. In retrospect I thoroughly enjoyed my very short one-night stay at Hotel Celica (I had to get up at 5:30 am to catch a plane back to the USA).
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