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... tottering little old Taiwanese lady over the edge.
Plitvice is unquestionably a beautiful sight and one most
travelers to Croatia get to see. But it’s also one of those places where its
popularity detracts from the experience. I suspect I didn’t get to appreciate
the full beauty of the park in the cold, foggy, drizzly weather I encountered
either. Overall, though, Plitvice Lakes is one of Europe’s greatest natural
wonders and well worth a visit.
... and the angle of sunlight. We hiked here for 8 hours. In the middle of our day we experienced a thunderstorm and massive downpour. There was no where to hide so we just kept on hiking. It was a beautiful day walking among the waterfalls, lakes and lush foliage. After our hike we went back to the B&B, got cleaned up and headed down to an amazing dinner prepared by our hosts. It was a 5 course meal and was delicious... What a great ...
S found Mario Andretti's birthplace. Left at 9:45 AM
We stopped in seaside Opatija (known for the Maiden with the seagull, a statue by Zvonko Car (1956), which is positioned on a promontory by the Juraj Šporer art pavilion. It has turned into one of symbols of Opatija.
... We saw them. The end. What, you want more explanation? Awful demanding, aren't you. Ok, here goes. It is tough to describe the ruins. They are old. They are massive. They are amazing. We went to a Roman Amphitheater in Pula. It is very well preserved; all the sides were still there, but the seats were taken out about 500 years ago. I forget which superlative describes this particular amphitheater, but I think it is the 6th ...
... what it must have been like hundreds, or even thousands of years ago to find this massive natural wonder. We took the trail that led down to the water, and followed a couple switchbacks until we reached the lowest lake and switched from dirt to a man-made wooden bridge. The bridge leads you across the lake to the opposite side at which point you can choose going either left or right. We choose left, and walked along the path to another set of smaller waterfalls (short but ...