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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walk to the big waterfall whilst the boys called it quits and returned for a long hot shower, a beer and potato crisps.
How many more days till Santorini?
Croatia seems more basic than Slovenia. Our host’s home in a small country village was destroyed in the Balkan war in 1996 but they rebuilt it along with a couple of other residences in which we are staying. The language is completely different to Slovenian with only a few common words like ...
... time for dinner and bed. How can driving be more tiring than riding? Well, for me as passenger at least, I think Mark had his hands full driving on the right side of the road, checking for pedestrians at the crossings that seem to be on every corner, driving a manual, and everything else that accompanies driving in a new country. He was very impressed with the extensive tunnels and bridges though.
All set for tomorrow to explore Plitvice ...
... and this was at a fraction of the cost of ordering individual meals. On arriving at the National Park we checked into our rooms and got changed into our walking shoes. The tour guide Dusan then took the group on a 3 hour walk through the national park. The park has 16 lakes interconnected by a series of waterfalls and the 300 squ/Kim's of park ranges from a max altitude of 1280 meters to 380 meters. Unfortunately my knee was giving me some discomfort so I decided to stay and rest in my ...
... you walk through the national park under the shade of the trees. Not hot at all. Lots of trout in the lakes and ducks and ducklings. Apparently there are bears and deer too. Graham was tired so headed back to the hotel after we finished the upper lakes. He slept for hours. We continued on by boat to the bottom lakes. Also spectacular. Less people more groups of older people. Lots of tour groups. We must have walked for 10 kms. We were exhausted. I had a bath and ...
... race tasks (saying good morning to folks in Croatian, buying homemade treats from the Dolac, and obtain brochures from the Upper Town) we bought some cherries and apricots for the upcoming bus trip to Plitvice. At the moment we are driving through beautiful farmland. The bus is packed and fortunately we purchased our tickets yesterday guaranteeing us a seat. We tried to purchase tickets for the trip from the national park to Split tomorrow (at the suggestion of a young lady at ...