Plitvice House Preslica
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Tried to dilute it with Pepsi max, but it did nothing to reduce the strength.
When we finished lunch, the party was winding down so walked along the lane, had a drink and a chat to Pam and Will's friends and then home to another excellent meal courtesy of 'masterchef' Will.
Managed to lose most of my photos so will see what I can find on Facebook.
Rainy again today, and a VERY Bulgarian breakfast. But the woman was so nice that it didn't seem right to complain or ask for different things.
I had read in the guide book that the most impressive church was the Church of the Nativity - which we hadn't come across on our wanderings yesterday so we drove down to see it. Glad we did because here ...
... entrance to the complex was locked up. Just as we walked over, a guy climbed over the wall and said there was nobody there apart from him. He was just leaving. He said he was from Romania and chatted with us for a while. The wall was only about three feet high, so we scrambled over it and began our walk round. F said that if the chap selling tickets did turn up, he wouldn't mind us having got in already; he'd just sell us the tickets then instead.
... to a stream. Most of the stalls were run by British expats, though there were one or two ones run by locals. The only thing I bought was a jar of homemade raspberry and apple jam, which I intend to have as soon as I've finished my current jar of delicious homemade raspberry and redcurrant jam!
After we'd looked round the car boot sale, we walked for half an ...
Some of our group is off to Pleven for a city tour, but we opt to stay in town and take a couple of bikes off of the ship. We didn't want to sit on a bus for hours and looked forward to getting some exercise and fresh air. As we ride through town, we could see that this was a bustling area at one time, but not presently. Most of the factories are vacant with broken windows. The streets ...