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greetings....we're starting to plan out our 2012 trip to Slovenia. Although March will work best for our schedule, I'm concerned it might be too cold near Lake Bled to enjoy it.

Is the weather bearable w/ a light jacket/sweater or is it better to just go a different season?

Was hoping to rent bikes and tour the town at our leisure, rent a boat (plenta) across the lake to the island, enjoy some greenery, etc. Is this doable in March?

Your guidance is much appreciated!!

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