Pool Apartments Plitvice Lakes
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... 5km from the Plitvice National Park, the first one created in Croatia in 1949. After some lunch and checking into our 4 star accommodation we set off to explore the national park with a two day ticket. The 16 terraced lakes are divided into lower and upper areas separated by natural travertine dams and connected by many waterfalls. The lake's deep blue colour is created by calcium carbonate from the limestone rocks ...
We had a few hours to explore Zadar in the morning today. I got to show Christine and Caleb the Sea Organ - though a city truck was there with its generator running - really. We had a few moment to see the daily market outside of our place - must be nice to have fresh fruits and vegetables at your doorstep every day. The drive up the coast was again beautiful. We saw we were headed towards the mountains. We encountered ...
... was really worth it in the end.
On the walk home we decided we were ready for home made liqueurs. Probably should have thought about that a bit longer! These Croats must be tough!
Slivovitz equals rocket fuel. The other Plum liqueur was sweeter but still had plenty of kick
Definitely time for bed.
Phil - Had it all planned to greet the Welsh's, but missed them through the gates. Not to worry, led them all through a busy ...
... seat, could've been cosy ;)
Turns out Bruno is a cool guy.
A windy couple of hours later after listening to epic old school beats we arrived at Plitvice Lakes which is pronounced Plitvitchka. The driver told us where to meet him in 4 hours and we lined up for 20 minutes to buy our 180kuna tickets then Bruno and I got some beverages for our hike & set off on our own because the others left us. We walked to where the bus was and then drove up the national park, ...
... Lakes are a combination of biological, ecological,
and esthetic uniqueness that changes through permanent biodynamics.
Abundant water, rich forest, karst hydrogeology, various types of
mosses and algae, and microclimate conditions in the park differ from
those of ...