Hotel Imperial

Address: 124 Marsala Tita, Krka National Park, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 124 Marsala Tita, Krka National Park, is near Volosko and Moscenicka Draga.
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Travel Blogs from Krka National Park

Mum's birthday!

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 29, 2015

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Today was mum's birthday so she decided to go to the beach. We drove to a place called Duga Uvala, a little bay on the east coast of Istria. The beach was rocky and there were lots of sea urchins in the water, but we had our water shoes so were ok. The water was still cold but today was the warmest day so far so we were able to stay in quite a long time. Mum and I went snorkelling right across the bay. We saw all the sea urchins, a very, very big sea cucumber ( father ...

Galvani park

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 28, 2015

... stomachs at the top! We did the swing twice and the second time still jolted me! Then I did the static zorb. This was 3 metal rings that I was strapped inside, like the Di Vinci man. The instructor swung me round and I tumbled head over heels wondering which way was up. This made me super dizzy and I felt slightly sick. Finally the pizza arrived and we had lunch. It was super good pizza. After lunch we returned to the courses and did my favourite ...

High ropes course

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 28, 2015

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... obstacles on this final course included a skateboard over a wire rope, wobbly hanging logs, and scrambling over cargo nets. I did everything and thought I was really brave. I don't think dad could do it! The owner of the park then offered to order pizza for our lunch. While we were waiting for it to be delivered, Jacob and I went on the 3G swing. We were strapped onto a log which ...

High ropes

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 28, 2015

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... 6 metres off the ground. To get up there I had to climb a big leaning log with foot holds cut into the side. To was quite tricky to keep moving the carabiners onto the next safety wire. This course had more difficult obstacles like really wobbly bridges and a bigger zip line. The highest course was 10 metres off the ground and was really difficult. Thee were cargo nets up in the air that we had ...

The caves

A travel blog entry by patelfamily on May 26, 2015

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This morning as usual Oliver and I went for a swim and swam about fifty lengths. Today's activity was the caves. These caves took us 66 metres underground. We got to see and learn about the stallock tights and stallock mights. One cool fact we learnt was that for a stallock tight or might it ...