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Slovenia for an old woman

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I want to take my mother to Slovenia -- no particular reason other than she has been to a lot of places during her life, and I want her to see something new, even though she has Alzheimer's and forgets most things that have happened within 20 minutes. Not everything, though, especially if it is spectacular. So I'm wondering if you can advise of any 'reasonable' hotel with an absolutely magnificent view of the mountains, and also what can be appreciated by an increasingly less mobile person when visiting Ljubljana. We will be traveling by car from Paris, so as long as the roads are all right, anywhere in the country is fine.

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