The Krizmanic Family B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
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Maribor and the castle town of Ptuj in eastern Slovenia.
It’s getting close to a week since I’ve seen the sun and the
forecast is not looking ahead. It was raining as drove out of Zagreb and it
stayed with me most of the way to Plitvice Lakes. I stopped for evening in
Gralovec at a Sobe (private rooms for rent), the norm in Croatia where there
are far more rooms in private accommodation than are available in formal hotels.
I find ...
... we hiked up a ton of stairs through a cave on the side of a canyon that was formed by the flow of water through the rock. It was a steep climb, but a nice end to the hike.I highly recommend visiting here, and would even love to come back and do some more hiking myself at some point.
The bus took us over to Split and let us off right by the docks, which was very close to our hotel. We are staying at Villa Olea, which is right off one of ...
Croatia is best known for Hvar and Split….sailing around the islands and lazing on the beaches of Zadar. Travelling in May when the sun is not quite at its best for sea sport, we had decided that Croatia would be a future trip. So it was never in the plan. However after speaking to many many many travellers we met who had just been, we had massive FOMO (fear of missing out) and opted to detour via Plitvice Lakes! So while in ...
... pace there was time for a few selfies too. It was a nice leisurely stroll for me, but I wish we would have had time to see more. And to get in a few more selfies. You Can Never Have Enough Selfies. That's my motto. The water is so clear in the lakes (and every body of water that we have seen) and there are so many fish. Every time you look in the water you can see a whole school of fish. It's so neat. Of course, there's no ...
... is deposited by the action of moss, algae and bacteria. The lakes are all interconnected and follow the water flow. The lakes are renowned for their distinctive colours, ranging from azure to green, grey or blue. The colours change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and ...