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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... walk together with the others.
I asked them how the Serbians had treated them and they said "very well". They were given new shoes and boots, new jackets and other clothing, as I could only imagine the shape their clothes were in after those weeks of walking along stone roads and stormy weather. While we spoke, an elderly gentlemen came through the group of people pulling a wagon bearing crates of apples. He and some younger folks helped him hand out ...
... a menu on the sidewalk in Serbian and English for a NZ$9 meal. I usually manage to grab one major meal a day, either for lunch or dinner, so I thought I would give it a go, I don't know how the KFC's or Burger Kings survive in Belgrade because you can buy great meals in most cafe's or restaurants for the price of a Combo Burger Deal. As you can see my meal was substantial and delicious as well.
The Cathedral of St Sava is not only a beautiful building, ...
... took me to St Mark's church which was also pretty huge and very impressive inside and out before walking past the palace of the assembly of Serbia. I think you can go into this palace to check it out but I didn't because it looked closed. I then took a walk down to Republic square. This is where the national museum and the national theatre are. I previously got told by some of the travellers at my hostel that most of the museums are closed for refurbishment for the oncoming summer. ...
... for 11:45 to wait for our bus.
We waited. And waited. Finally at about 12:40 some kind people in a shop next to the hostel let us use their phone so Jason could call the bus company. After a few calls back and forth and a bit more confusion, we were told the mini bus would be there in 2 minutes. And it was! We got on, drove for a few hours and finally arrived in Timisoara, Romania where we could personally thank Raul for all of his ...
... br> So hard to imagine that as recently as 1999, NATO bombed many areas of Belgrade in an effort to stop 'ethnic cleansing'. Our tour guide seemed to be quite confused by that action saying that there were atrocities committed on both sides and they really didn't deserve to be bombed especially when you consider the majority of the people in Belgrade hadn't voted for the president anyway.
As the tour bus slowly went by two ...