mardi 24 janvier 2012

Slovenia: A former military prison converted into a hotel.

  At the heart of the Slovenian capital, Ljubljana, is a particularly unusual hotel. Because it is an abandoned military prison after the departure of the Yugoslav Federal Army to the independence of Slovenia as of 80 Slovenian artists have decorated Sestava Society into a cultural center and tourist lodge.
         This hostel has 96 beds with bars on windows and doors, a conference room and a cafeteria. The average price is 18 euros per night, including breakfast.
         The hotel Celica (meaning "cell"), located in the street Metelkova which opened in 2003 has hosted 12,000 tourists looking for a thrill.
         Classified hostel hippest by Lonely Planet, it is one of 25 hotels by Rough Guides.
         It should be noted that other hotels of its kind exists in the world including Jailhotel Löwengraben in Lucerne, Switzerland, The Ottawa Jail Hostel in Canada and Langholmen Stockholm, in Sweden

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