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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Mukinja Plitvice Lakes National Park
Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... he had stopped in the street, and the only people about were people just leaving nightclubs mingling with others on their way to early starts at work. We got to the bus station in time to have a vending machine hot chocolate before the 5.45am bus for Plitvice. I had envisaged a queue of intrepid tourists waiting for the bus, but there was Squirt and me, and nobody else. As we wended southwards through the Croatian countryside, the rain started again, and the mist drew in. It was ...
... of a foregone era, with huge and impressive rooms and modern features like Wi-Fi (although that doesn’t seem to work in all parts of the hotel. There was a large electronic display behind the desk showing the exchange rates for many of the world currencies. They must get a lot of international visitors here. I’ll be anxious to do a bit of exploring around the building in the daylight.
After checking in and a short rest, we ...
... arrived at the park was how few cars there were compared to a few short weeks earlier now that the busy tourist season in Croatia was winding down. The price of admission was about 60% of what we paid last time because prices drop in September. When we went to information ...
... park (we were told these are the best), the first track is C which takes approx 4 hours, or K which takes 6 hours. We of course opted for the 6 hour track, but we just modified it along the way to get C as well (C was more at lake height and K had higher terrain and great views above). The weather at the entrance was terrible, absolutely pouring down!! We didn't want to get our good camera out and damage it - so we used Gary's phone at the beginning (we are having trouble ...
We got around to a little cove with crystal water and sat there for a while having a snack and a drink. Because it is a UNESCO site we weren't allowed to swim in the water...but when have we ever done what we're told? Tahlia and I quickly dived in for a swim while nobody was around and it was so amazing. You could see everything in the lake and it was nice and refreshing after hiking all day in the heat.
We then kept ...