Visiting the park is paid on per boat basis. For organised trips the entrance fee is included into a price of a trip. If visiting by a own or chartered boat then tickets could be either bought at some tourist agency outside the park, alternatively the park's rangers are issuing tickets in situ , but bear in mind that this way you'd pay twofolds of the "outside" price.
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For more details check the links Ticket prices and fees and Spots of comission ticket sales at the bottom of Useful information page at the park's official site. It's closed out of season.
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There are a few restaurants scattered among the bays and the islands. The most of the restaurants there are open only in season. A few private accommodations could be found inside the park. For details check the Accommodations page at the park's web side. The closest ambulances are in the island of Murter or in Sali Dugi Otok.
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One of Isenberg's classmates, it turned out, was a Bosnian refugee. Years later Isenberg, now a playwright and City Paper theater critic, decided to visit her. Along the way, he wrote a travelogue that showed "the aftermath of full-blown disaster," and the hope of renewal.
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Americans know nothing about what's happening in the Balkans. What do you think is the most important thing we should know? The Balkans really want to join the global community. The war is over for them.
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But what does peace look like? It looks complicated. They want to get out of their rut, and they're not sure how. And the ethnic conflict, I think, is so misconstrued.
These people are living right next to each other -- and the music, the language, the cuisine are all so similar. Book 1.
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