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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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... the entrance and it was here we spent the night enjoying a home cooked meal and listening the silence of the wilderness.
In the morning we woke to some rather dreary conditions but not to be disheartened we prepared ourselves and headed for a day in the outdoors.
What an amazing experience!! The weather had apparently been rainy for the proceeding 4 days and our day was no different, rather then hampering the experience though it actually made it better with ...
... was packed into the car, as were clothes and the sleeping bags, pillows and everything else inside the tent, which was then dismantled in a flurry to have everything packed into the car as the first drops of rain fell. In record time of about 10 minutes flat: Mission Accomplished!
A quick trip to the bathroom on the way out of the campsite and we were off to check out. As we left the campsite we spotted the supermarket that the campsite had recommended and given us a ...
Last Wednesday was showery with thunder so we pottered around the site ahead of our much anticipated meal out at Konoba Batelina which was highly recommended in Lonely Planet as well as on-line. (Konoba is a Croatian phenomenon - a family-run dining place.) The owner, fisherman and chef, David Skoko, is well-known, world-wide apparently, for using all parts of fishy creatures in his imaginative dishes and the menu varies according to the locally-caught catch of the day. Tables at ...
... a German version of a Croatian map at me, "the towns are well marked. No problem. And anyway, you won't get too far if you go the wrong way." I try to ask for a street map, but work out it's not going to happen, so decide to wing it, thus proving my nav skills are really ok.
We try to take off, but the whole electronics in the car fail. (I really should have gone with Hertz.) They are unable to provide us with a replacement car ...
... likely 60. The park had a smoky mountains feel. A very damp, foggy, dense forest. Plitvice's 16 lakes is divided into the upper and lower lakes. We arrived at Entrance 2 which I believe is the Lower Lakes region. Linda was intent on seeing both the upper and lower, but I thought that could not be possible given her addiction to the camera. There were quite a few hiking routes and we chose the hike to the Big Waterfall. The hiking ...