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Finding places to stay in Croatia and Slovenia in September

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My wife and I are traveling with another couple to Slovenia and Croatia from September 3 to the 20th. I have reservations for the beginning and end of the trip (Ljubljana and Dubrovnik. Question: Are hotels, B&B, apartments, etc. easily available this time of year upon arrival at most cities? Trying to freelance as much as possible rather then sticking to a strict schedule. Our travels will take us from Ljubljana up to Bled and around the northern tip then down the western portion of Slovenia before stopping in Rovinj, Croatia a few days to check our Istria area, traveling down the coast ending in Dubrovnik. Thank you to anyone familiar with the above areas.

Keith

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