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... in bacon the size of a plate, 2 very full and very happy back packers rolled out of the restaurant towards home.
Back at our hostel it seemed an impromptu party was going on and although we were as ask to join the thought of an early morning transfer to Budapest meant we declined, this was near useless however as being right beside the lounge we weren’t sleeping anyway. Finally the party dwindled and we got some rest, broken ...
The only bad thing was that the first shuttle that was available was at 6pm. I spent the day in the hostel just chilling with Tobias and Suzanne. They were in no hurry to go out in the rain either. By the time the shuttle picked up everyone in Sarajevo and we started to drive out of the city, it was 7pm, and then it ended up being a seven hour drive. There were six of us on the ride and unfortunately it was dark for almost the entire ...
... for taking the small carry-on on board. In addition, I was prohibited from taking my purse and basically had to empty my purse with personal belongings and carry items essentially in my hands (needless to say that when I departed Belgrade, I had the same amount of stuff minus all the hassle). This is outrageous and while I assure you that after this experience I will not fly Wizz Air again (to avoid ...
... up and wide awake at 6:45am... but my cohorts weren't. I bided my time and eventually we were all up, showered, and ready to go by about 9am -- pretty early by our standards. After grabbing breakfast on the go from a local bakery, we found Kalemegdan Park and made our way towards the Belgrade Fortress. Along the way, we saw:
- a number of unexotic animals at the Belgrade Zoo,
- a Red Bull boys' basketball tournament,
- a tennis ...
In front of the fort lies Kalemegdan Park. (Remember I said Belgrade has a lot of parks.) As we walked through, we saw fountains, statues, ruins of an out building, and panoramic views of the Sava River and New Belgrade.