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Cruising through the Iron Gates
A "forced" lazy day as we were traveling the Danube through the famous Iron Gates. Still raining, still very windy and cold but many of the passengers braved the elements and went up to the sun deck to see the most spectacular sections of the river. I enjoyed sitting upstairs, inside in the lounge watching the world go by and ...
... to us. They conversed a bit in Serbian and then tall-guy-dressed-in-black retrieved his pack from the overhead compartment and pulled out the last things one would expect to find in the passenger section of a train car: a power drill and bit case. He began unscrewing the head rest of the first seat. Adam and I immediately locked eyes. We knew the other was thinking the same thing. Is this really happening right now?! As Mr. Clean removed the ...
... into the park and decided to go have a walk around the old fortress. We made friends with a stray dog which followed us all around the park. I think Jess would have taken it home if she could.
There are old cannons just outside the entrance into the fort which we had quick look at as we made our way through the archway and into the fortress. Although the fortress lies in ruins, ...
... Dunja had another obligation that would keep them busy until late afternoon. We decided to go back over to New Belgrade and revisit Zemun during the day. As we drove over the bridge, we saw the place we had been the first night when I was able to take pictures of Old Belgrade across the river. I wanted that scene during the day, too. Of course, we had missed the turn but figured we'd catch it on ...
... was hosting it for the evening, so they were giving out cardboard pieces to sit on in the wet grass. Subtitles were in Serbian and the movie was the original. Worth the time.
The next day we woke up to a delightful cup of Serbian coffee and breakfast. 11 o'clock brought a city tour. I found it rather humorous that our first stop of our first tour was the statue of Prince Mihajlo - the guy who help separate the Balkans from the ...