No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews House Tina Grabovac
Travel Blogs from Grabovac
Keith came around the top of the boardwalk, though with his cane and the roughly laid planks of the boardwalk, it was only a short venture for him. He could see the beautiful clear water of the top lake, and the reed beds, iridescent blue and green damsel fly's, and a lot of steps down :) They headed back, and we continued on. Plitvice is a terrace of lakes, each cascading with beautiful little waterfalls into the lake below. Individually, these are pretty, ...
... Getting out of the car at the end of the drive we so easily went to the most distant and highest point of the lakes viewing area when we had worked hard to do this yesterday. From first sight across the Veliki Slap (big waterfall) it seemed that the colour may be more intense emerald with less cloud, but a photo comparison would be necessary to say. We could also see that there were far fewer people than yesterday. We don't know why a Sunday would be less popular, but it was ...
... was so keen to see it.
At 12.15 we got back on the bus, which was still hot and crowded and headed for Zagreb, the Croatian capital. I was sitting next to a Croatian man who was keen to try out his English so we had a bit of a chat, although I can't remember what we talked about.
Our first stop was the hotel, which I think was called the Movie Hotel and all the rooms ...
... bus stop, hopped on our one back to Zagreb, had a bit of a snooze on the way, then went back to the room to shower before dinner. Tonight we tried a restaurant called ‘Mostavi’ which our host recommended for the lamb and it did not disappoint! Apparently the president ate there so it must be good – and it was. Off to the coast tomorrow, hopefully this quick rain shower we had today won’t come back ...
... like in the U.S., law enforcement in Croatia was starting to feel like a for-profit activity. I got some kind of paper documenting what had happened, but who knows if those cops didn't pocket the money. But they were friendly and we shot the ****, so the whole encounter wasn't too bad.
We got to the guesthouse around midnite, and eagerly hit the hay. The next morning we found out we were the only guests that week, which seemed appropriate in a ...