Tourist Centar Marko
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... re always nice and good value at the equivalent of $25 to $40 per
Plitvice Lakes National Park was where the first shots were fired
in 1991 in Croatian independence war, and the region between Karlovac and
Plitvice witnessed lots of fighting. There are still many houses along the
route full of gunshot holes that haven’t been fixed, and also many abandoned
homes of Serbs who were expelled in 1995. Between 1992 and 1995 parts of
Croatian territory ...
... pedestrian streets. Because vehicles can't go there, we had to walk a little, but it was a flat, easy walk.
Villa Olea is right in the UNESCO world heritage part of the city. The building may be historic on the outside, but it is clean, modern, and fancy-shmancy on the inside. The only negative about being historic is that there is a flight of stairs instead of an elevator, but if you can get past that, I highly recommend it. The lady ...
... re-routed our journey to Budapest/Vienna via Plitvice. This meant a couple of hours form Ljublana to Zagreb and then a few more to Plitvice - it better be worth the days travel!!!
It poured the whole day and didn’t seem to stop! When we arrived at Plitvice, the bus driver insisted we were at the right stop (simply because he didn’t want to stop again further along)! While we stayed on the bus waiting for the ...
... of sunlight.
Unfortunately, Coral did not feel well enough to walk around the National Park and so she and Will found a cool spot to wait for us in the treed car park area. Grant, Saeko and ourselves did a very fast walk through Plitvicka Jezera National Park enjoying the lakes, waterfalls and ...
What a great hotel, and some of the staff have been outstanding
Breakfast was like being in an asian resort where they have huge buffets. Even though the room wasn't large the options were!
While there we bumped into our Geelong buddies again, and after the feast we left, reversing our travels with a walk, tram and shuttle bus to the airport.
We went to pick up our hire car to be told the car had been involved in an accident earlier ...