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... area. They have short summers and long cold winters with a lot of snow. This year it rained non stop for a full month. Paths had to be closed and you could only visit the park on the high trails. She also told us about the houses that are empty and run down, were still reminents from the war in 1992. They fixed the houses nearest to the park first and the inside first so you could actually live there. When we drove over from Germany, we actually saw houses that still ...
... from the beauty of the area. Ron and another guy John, managed to race ahead of the rest of us and we lost them, I was ready to kill him or at least hoped that he ran into a brown bear, as he had my water, ticket and key for the hotel room. I arrived back at the hotel and he wasn't there but turned up about 30 minutes later, they thought they new which way we were heading, he is still alive. Despite this it was lovely to spend time in such a beautiful part of the ...
... is needed on a track in Nepal (Manaslu for example)
Also in a few hours one can walk the entire park. About eight hours to be precise, so bring lunch and water, however there are some places where one can buy food and drinks on the way, but this is just basic stuff.
Camera and binoculars are a must! It is just incredible nature. If you wait on a spot the crowd will leave and you can get some photos with no other people on them.
... weather information. This was quite a stunning and amazing landmark. The first major building within this long thin strip of parks was the Archaeological Museum which was housed in the Vranyczany-Hafner Palace. Further down into these parks lay the beautiful historical building housing the museum of modern art of Croatia and Hazu the Croatian academy of fine arts. Finally at the end of these ring or parks is the historical train station ...
... Mum stopped him. Did you know that fire salamanders have poison glands in their skin, and can release a neurotoxin that can cause convulsions and possibly death- oh dear.
When we left the apartment the owner, a very nice fellow, gave us some honey from the region, a fridge magnet souvenir and soap- how nice ;)
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