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TravelPod Member ReviewsHouse Marija Rakovica
We enjoyed a quiet stay here, with a comfortable, spacious two-room apartment. The hosts offered us homemade schnapps and fresh fruit as a welcome. A grocery store is across the street and a great restaurant is within easy walking distance. This is an enjoyable place to stay.
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After seeing Plitvice National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979, we wondered why it hasn't been placed on the short list of the world’s greatest natural wonders. It’s an amazing place, where words will fail to do it justice. So this will be relatively brief, with photos hopefully doing the job of thousands of words.
... 27° C.
We set up our tent within half an hour and went exploring the neighbourhood. We had dinner at a restaurant down the road. It was kind of quiet there and once we tasted the food, I understood why... not the best I've ever tasted.
We went back to the tent and hab some tea and coffee. We were kind of exhausted so we went to bed early.
Tomorrow is another day and I have a feeling it's going to be a relaxing ...
I know I've been kind of quiet lately. After we came back from Dubrovnik, the weekend was spent relaxing and working on assignments. I went to mass on Sunday with Prof and Momma D at St Anastasia in Zadar. The church is one of 12 in Old Town Zadar and was built in the 12th century. Sunday night was the last night the whole group of students would be together before we all start traveling, so we threw a party in ...
... and scenery was stunning... But... The amount of tourists and lack of systems meant it was a bit of shambles, no queues, just pile on the train, pile on the boat and the paths were very narrow so a lot of the time you were walking in a trail of 50 or so people! We even got stopped for about 30 mins on one point as some loose rocks had fallen on the path! I tell you what the Italians and French do not like to be kept waiting! It was stunning and so pleased ...
We are lucky enough to have one of Stephen's first cousins Ela and her family living in the National Park as her husband and son both work in the park. So after indulging in Ela's delicious cake and coffee at her home, she took us on an abridged tour of the park. (We had done the full tour in 2009 and time was ...