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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... hold that they don't know who it belongs to, so all passengers have to disembark, walk in a circle around luggage on the tarmac and identify if this bag is their's or not. People are angry. Ones with no check-in refuse to get off. Crew are saying everyone has to do it as part of procedure.....I've just woken up, so wait for all these angry people to eventually all get shoved down the stairs, and I follow. As I near the circle of staff ...
Got fed on the flight! Wasn't expecting to be so had already eaten. Had 'cubed' chicken. Wasn't in cubes.
Arrived at Belgrade Airport at 16:10 (UK Time) 17:10 (Belgrade Time).
Had 7 Hours wait in departures and there really wasn't there. ...
... any good budget traveller would do - walked between restaurants until we found one with unlocked wifi! We quickly google mapped the address and eventually after an hour we arrived! It later transpired that the bus we'd taken had gone rogue and left it's course!
On checking in at the hostel the owner immediately tried to persuade us to part with more money, offering us a private room and private tours of Novi Sad. This was the first time this trip where I've ...
... to get a bus into town where our hostel was but apparently they don't sell bus tickets in the airport....he didn't seem to understand why either. So, after taking us back and forth across the airport, he brings us to the taxi station and helps load us into a taxi before leaving. I show the taxi driver the address and he takes us to downtown and a building that looks super worn down and not a place where people came to stay. After using the intercom to reach ...
... to Belgrade to try to save time and money for accommodation, but finally it wasn’t such a good idea because they never turned off the lights, plus since Serbia is not part of EU, a lot of people came to check passports, tickets, etc.
We arrived in Belgrade at 06.00. Nothing was open so we followed the instructions given by the hostel on how to arrive, no maps at that time.
Our first impression on the city was that it was a little bit sad and insecure ...