The Krizmanic Family B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews The Krizmanic Family B&B Plitvice Lakes National Park
Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... Aka we had no idea where our bus was going to pull into/which bus was exactly ours. After watching each and every bus pull up and it not be what we thought was our bus, a little disconcerting because the bus was supposed to be coming at that time. So we found a semi official looking man walking around with like a written spreadsheet of all the buses. So we showed him our ticket and with beer on his breathe answered bus not coming till morning. Wait what?! So we tried ...
... to emerald and they change constantly depending on the quantity of minerals or organisms in the water and the angle of sunlight. The water is so clear that the fish (there are lot of trouts in the lakes) seem like floating in air sometimes!
There are paths made of wooden logs/planks throughout the trails to facilitate walking over the water. We kept on walking and then took a short detour from the trail to catch sight of the Big Waterfall (Veliki Slap) ...
... to cook for dinner as there is nothing nearby. They were having a BBQ so I asked if I could chip in and have some. We arrived at the hostel and it was a three story house, sort of like a ski lodge. My bed was on the top floor in the corner so I couldn't sit up in bed as the roof was sloping above me. It was really nice and homely though. We didn't get dinner for a little while as the BBQ wasn't gas so we had to make a fire then let it simmer down before placing the rack on ...
... Yes mom, I did every stair of the walkway with his hand on my shoulder for support. It's weird for me to be the most fit of the group. I guess buying that eliptical machine and leaving it in the middle of the living room floor was a good idea, or maybe it is just that we are so much younger than the rest of the group. Anyways, I did get a fair number of pictures and quite a few blind snaps along the way, and since we were moving at ...
... I sat at a table by the window as it was nice to watch the rain (without being “in it”), but I could still hear the thunder rolling through the park and wondered how the intrepid hikers were doing. Some of them arrived back at the hotel about 10:45, mostly soaking wet and in need of a hot coffee. The remainder of the group are apparently continuing on like “troopers”.
I had remarked earlier to one of our group ...