Restoran-Pansion Plitvicka Sedra
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRestoran-Pansion Plitvicka Sedra Dreznik Grad
Great rooms, helpful staff, nice facilities. The only thing is you need a car to get to and from the park (about a 5 minute drive).
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... very patient.
BBQ food, tables under the trees and beer - but not for us. Being with the village VIPs, we were invited to lunch with the mayor's party. Not a posh affair, but nice food (Bulgarian portions which meant there was no hope of eating it all) and lovely people we could communicate with thanks to Pam's Bulgarian. Also rakia - apparently very good quality but ...
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 ...
... anything about this obelisk apart from the fact that it's Roman. Every time the fields are ploughed, hundreds if not thousands of fragments of old pottery are uncovered, but no excavations have ever been done. Farmers are so used to it, they completely ignore whatever comes up. As we walked across the field we looked for interesting finds; I felt a bit like I was beachcombing. We didn't dig at all, we just looked on the ploughed earth as we walked. There were indeed ...
... the open countryside to an impressive waterfall. There was a big pool in front of it and there were sets of wooden steps/ ladders up the side. We climbed these, looked out from above the waterfall (there was a lovely view) and explored the river leading up to the edge. There were several more ladders as well as small, wooden slat bridges taking us across the river and ...
... with a combination of cobblestone, cement and dirt. We have no guide, but we can only assume that it is a result of the transition from communism to democracy. We decide to head out of town and start riding up one of the main roads. Roxanne takes the lead and I'm trying to follow with a 30 pound backpack and to semi-flat tires. It was like trying to stay up with Lance Armstrong in ...