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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Grabovac
... and beautiful lakes with cristal clear water. At one point there was a stairway that led up into a cave. Erwin used the flashlight on his phone so we could see a little bit where we were going. It wasn't a large cave, but it was nice.
The stairs were going bfurther beyond the cave, so we decided to see where it would lead us. That is one thing we noticed... Croatians don't have much with signs or maps. They change one but not the other... It can get a bit ...
... Park contributes to the formation of the interlocking 16 lakes and countless waterfalls. Limestone cliffs provide the key ingredient of calcium carbonate that create the calcium deposits of the lake beds. This creates the sapphire blue – and sometimes emerald green – water of these pools. Over centuries, calcium deposits have created natural travertine dams that redirect the water ...
... points would cut a way through trees, reeds, huge lakes and over creeks. Very cool and the way it got you involved with the park but didn’t damage anything was perfect.
At the bottom of the next lake called Galovac we found a park bench that overlooked the whole expanse of water and had out lunch. Earlier in the day we had purchased some salami, cheese, rolls and fruit at the Holiday Park Supermarket and ensured that we ate all of this ...
... of this Croatian/Serbain area was little minced meat sausages grilled and served in a cream cheese sauce. Yummy!!! A few local beers and wines topped off with the local version of pancakes and we were full. Then our very efficent waiter insisted that we have complimentary local plum brandy, cognac type after dinner drink. well, there was nothing smooth like cognac in it, nothing that tasted like plums and it certainly wasn't brandy. Paul couldn't help but reminisce about ...
... memorable. The initial spitting turned to thunder and lightening, then heavier and heavier rain, accompanied by hail. Nearly everyone was wet and frozen from top to toe, The temperature dropped to about 4 degrees and when we got to higher ground we saw fresh snow on the tops of the hills - we were about 600 metres up.
I have never been so wet and cold in my life but it was worth it! I will add that my expensive gortex lined ...