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... and the buses approaching.
The shopping centre was a place to dry out and warm up. Nothing exciting. So rather than walk back i jump on a tram. Have no idea how to pay, so i do some fare evading.
Still no sunshine, but on the bright side its stopped raining. This makes it a lot easier to see the city and to take pictures. So off we go to see all the main attractions including the Fort, National Bank, Cathedrals etc. Even ...
There's a great view from Gardos Hill in Belgrade's Zemun municipality, which lies across the Sava River from Belgrade's Old Town. The historic core of Zemun has many pedestrian-friendly streets, some of which are car-free. Most of the buildings are only two or three stories tall and at a very human scale. The area feels much older than Belgrade's so-called Old Town, where most construction appears to be no older than the late 19th ...
... and the waiter was jut soo good, the whole menu was in Serbian and he explained to us all what everything was on the menu and offered for us all to one on his friends boat tomorrow which we had to decline as we leave tomorrow but it was just so nice especially when we had been warned that people may not come across the friendliest but he was so nice and the meal was incredible had just the best time there, ...
... isn't much else to tell about this day even though it was a very interesting one. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting Zoran's friend. We had hoped to see him again, but alas, that did not work out.
Day Three (Monday, August 19)
This day took us to a number of places, some as sightseers and one as guests. We began the day seeing more of Belgrade. The statue is of Vuk ...
... river, more than a thousand years ago. There are much of the 10 foot thick rock walls still standing. This fort was used by the Serbs against the Turks and the Turks, during their 150 occupation as a base in their fighting against other countries, including Austria. The site for the fort was well chosen. We have a great view of the river, including our ship which is waiting for us.
Back on the ship we have ...