The Krizmanic Family B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... the rocks. The scene changes daily, they say, as if you need an added excuse to return. I'm already thinking of coming back for an extended hiking/biking trip through Croatia. I would love to see Plitvice in the springtime.
We are off to India and Kerala next, but I'm pretty sure I've already seen "God's Own Country".
Today was a day I had been anticipating as a highlight of our journey, a visit to Croatia's most popular tourist destination, Plitvice Lakes. I had read a lot about this place, particularly how crowded it is with tourists and how hard it is to get round in the summer with the boardwalks gridlocked with walkers. It wasn't going to be so packed in November as the summer, but I went with the expectation of following scores of international tourists round the trails, maybe drinking ...
... After lunch it was back on the Bus for an hour or so and then another stop at a small town called Senj, which is also on the ocean and very picturesque. We had about 45 minutes to have a coffee, use the washroom or buy picnic items for the hike tomorrow. I got a Café Americano at a small café far removed from the touristy places that ring the bay.
We were then back on the Bus to our final stop of the day, a hotel in Plitvice Lakes National ...
... weather and a better experience. For the last week or so we had monitored the forecast and while the rest of the week called for rain, this day didn't. At one point, sun was forecasted and another time fog. We checked last night and it looked like it would be sunny.
... are still leaving and migrating mostly to Germany and Canada for some strange reason. The highway that we were driving on was one of the most expensive in Europe, costing 8 million per kilometer and runs through the whole country.
It was sunny when we left with a few clouds in the distance, but after our 3 hour bus trip and arrival at the falls we were greeted with rain L
The lovely bus driver gave me his only poncho as I was the silly Aussie who rocked up ...