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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today is the 33rd anniversary of mine and Wayne's first date... Geez time flies. Wayne got up early and drove a couple of miles down the road to get our entrance tickets to Plitvice National Park. He got back to our room at 730 and our hosts had an amazing breakfast laid out for us. The park opened at 830 so we had our coffee and ate eggs, cheeses …
... Slavonia and the regionaround Plitvice Lakes were
part of the Serb “Republic of Krajina” with a mostly Serb population and controlled
by Serbs rather than the Croatian government. During Operation Storm in 1995
Croatia scored a fast victory over the Serb forces to take control of all
territory within Croatia, and hundreds of thousands of Serbs fled or were
forced out in biggest population movement in Europe since end of WWII. Twenty
years later ...
... front desk was extremely helpful at getting us situated, oriented to the city, and even recommended a great area to get local food for dinner.
We went to a Kenoba, or local version of a tavern, where they had tons of local specialties. I ended up getting the Shopska salad, because even though it's the national dish in Bulgaria, I kept seeing it on menus here and was curious. It was good- nothing too special, but good. It was a nice end to the ...
... he more or less dragged our luggage off and into a puddle as our cue that this was indeed our final destination!! On realisation that we were now a 30 minute walk away from our hostel (in the pouring rain), we started to rain proof our bags! Luckily for us, our hostel owner Leo, was driving past and picked us up!! THANK YOU!!!
We spent the evening praying for the weather to clear….the next morning though - it was worse!! ...
... day! Car company had then organised a car for us thru another company, so took us over to introduce us etc, etc. By the time this was all sorted and we had stored our luggage we went back to Arrivals to meet Welshs who we arriving at 12.30. The little sneaks landed 20 mins early which meant Phil's aussie flag and name sign were a bit late but we tracked them down in the hall and Phil led his entourage out of thru airport like a true leader with ...