- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Plitvice Lakes National Park
... a UNESCO World Heritage site. The park consists of about 20 lakes along with caves and waterfalls. The appearance of the lakes was created by calcium and dolomite, which has formed unique structures which has created natural dams. The park is rich both with plant life and animal life, which includes brown bears, wolves, eagles and over 126 species of other birds. The plant life includes pine, beech, spruce, maple and fir trees, along with ivy, ...
I was going to call this post 'Patience and flip-flops', flip-flops for my non- Australian readers ;).. The reason for which you will soon understand.
I took the bus tour from Zagreb out to Plitvička Jezera (Plitvice Lakes) National Park, a local bus is available but times are limited, as are spaces with bookings complicated - this just seemed a simpler option for really not too much more..
The lakes are self guided but it ...
... but as we walked up the hillside we really had a great view and it was quite spectacular.
Back to the hotel around 2pm probably, had a bath to warm up and stuffed my only walking shoes with loo paper as I don't think I've ever had such wet feet!
Had a shot of Trava Rica which is supposed to guarantee you won't get sick after being drenched. Spent the arvo chatting to others in the bar and dinner in the hotel again with the rest of the crew.
... over but the driver took great delight in saying "no no no another bus!" Not amused! I was getting a bit of a grump on! So after some deliberation we decided to take the van, not something we really wanted to do cus of the queues but never mind... On the way to The van I decided to pop back into the reception to clarify that we had done the right thing.. again she was grumpy saying; well you are a tourist and they might not want to take you!! Just ...
... bags packed and the ladies on board we headed west on our journey to Plitvice. We decided to detour to the north to visit several of the small hill towns that are located in the heart of the Istrian Peninsula. Our first stop was Motovun. This is surreal, medieval town perched on top of a hill that shoots out over the rolling hills that are blanketed by forrest, small farms and vineyards. It is something straight out of Game of Thrones. Built on a hill and surrounded ...