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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... streams or waterfalls. In that way, park rangers claim that the park is constantly changing.
In 1991, the first shot of Croatia’s war with Yugoslavia took its first casualty in the park, when a park ranger was killed by Yugoslavian Serbs. The Serbs maintained control of the park for four years and evacuated local Croats to the coast.
Our visit in late October brought the ...
... br> Although the info on booking.com indicated no meals available where we stayed, we were offered breakfast each day, and there was a restaurant within about 50m. That certainly made it easier for us. Elvira, our "hostess" was delightful, but there were very strange noises in the ceiling of our room which had Andrew up in the middle of the night looking for gnawing rodents! He didn't find any.
... must see for anyone that is visiting Croatia- its a little bit pricey but worth it. The waterfalls run into clear blue water, all the lakes are different depths and this changes as the park goes through its own natural transformations. There are caves and lots of forestry. The day was stunning and one I will never forget. ...
... heading back to the hotel for some beauty sleep before
hitting up Bosnia!
Tour Day 32:
Our final one night stop! After leaving Belgrade we headed
into Bosnia, and to the site of a horrific massacre that took place in 1995
during the Yugoslavian War. In a town called Srebrenica, one of the first UN
free zones in any war in history was set up to protect Muslim families that
were fleeing persecution and ethnic cleansing in the former Yugoslavia. ...
... landmark in a recently worn torn area. We passed by several leading to some confusion. We ate at Degenija, a local restaurant that is located just outside the park. We kept things simple with small pizza that fed us all easily. Moral was low from travel fatigue and not finding the waterfall as darkness fell, but we rallied over beers and some local mystery wine provide by a couple that was staying with us in the sobe. The river that rushed outside helped us all fall asleep ...