Knezevic Guest House
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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... some stage during the day. We weren't sure what would be available during the day.
We were met by an ever so friendly and personable tour guide; he was so funny and provided some good entertainment along the journey. On our way by 8am, I knew it was going to be a bit of a drive to the National Park but it was a longer than I realised. Didn't matter....I've finally got into a new book on my Kobo and the bus was relatively ...
... poque villas along the Kvarner Gulf, before heading inland to the deep greens and blues of Croatia's water wonderland and one of Europe's premier nature preserves: Plitvice Lakes National Park (where we slept).
Group dinner at Hotel Plitvice. Chicken, french fries, tomato soup, dessert.
... man had a chainsaw that he would use to trim the pieces if need be. I've seen enough tags on blow-dryers telling you not to put it anywhere near water to assume that giant power-tools (like chainsaws) probably shouldn't be used inches about large pools of water...also, they had a large hand saw that was sitting along the trail a couple feet behind them, and the tourists visiting the park were just walking around it to get past them. None of the other tourists seemed confused ...
... other which creates hundreds of amazing waterfalls all different sizes and shapes.
The lower lakes were closed because the walkways had flooded and there was work being done on them.
But did that stop us, no.
We climbed under the barrier, with cries of 'no mum and dad' from the kids and saw more magnificent falls.
We got some ...
... and beautiful lakes with cristal clear water. At one point there was a stairway that led up into a cave. Erwin used the flashlight on his phone so we could see a little bit where we were going. It wasn't a large cave, but it was nice.
The stairs were going bfurther beyond the cave, so we decided to see where it would lead us. That is one thing we noticed... Croatians don't have much with signs or maps. They change one but not the other... It can get a bit ...