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... escape of prisoners from a concentration camp and, while a few got away, most were killed.
In Belgrade we visited the Kalemegdan Citadel. It covers quite a large area on top of a hill. There is a large grassy park with lovely views over the Sava and Danube Rivers, a roman well, underground bunker, clock tower and some old army machinery. It was a very hot day.
We stayed the night near the Serbia/Bosnia and Herzegovina border.
... It was like eating in an opera house for about $25 for two with drinks.
We also went to the Military History museum, which was fascinating. This part of the world is one of the more interesting places I've visited on this trip. It's more gritty, in your face and has a sad history of countless wars. Don't take me wrong, on a personal level, the Serbs are super nice, like all the people we've met.
I had several ...
... of the old town. Apparently, Belgrade doesn't have enough bars, so party barges line the river for more drinking options. Beer was $2 at the most at all these places..my kind of place. We rolled into the hostel at 3am...not a bad first day in the Balkans.
I will not disclose what time we got up the next day, but you can probably tell by the pictures. Let's just say we missed lunch. That afternoon we went and checked out the citadel, which has a great view of the meeting of ...
... driving in South Africa, and some absolutely insane driving in Albania.
I was expecting to get caught up on some blogs today, on our six hour ride that actually ended up being more like eight hours, but I couldn't stare at my iPad screen for more than five seconds without wanting to throw up, with the way we were driving. It was rather comical that Benita slept through the first few hours of the drive, only to wake up and quickly comment to me how insane ...
... we will put
you up in a hotel, gratis!” I had visions of a voucher to a nearby Ibis or
Mercure, Trevor had visions of a nice, old fashioned railway hotel. I thought
we should offer to pay. We were both wrong! At 11 at night, 5 of us, assorted
passengers were led, in the dark by a uniformed female railway employee in stilettoes,
down to the far end of the station, ...