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... eat and once we were there it was easy to see why, pretty cobbled streets held a multitude of bars and restaurants that from the outside looked deserted however upon opening any door you soon found what felt like the population of the city enjoying food, drinks and laughs.
We made the choice of a homely looking place that was covered in flowers out the front. Inside we were met with the sounds of a bustling restaurant and ...
... and the Sava was a brown color, so it was pretty cool to see the two waterways mixing together down river.
I walked around the city for a couple more hours, grabbed a bite to eat, and then went back out to take some night pictures. Overall I’m pretty impressed with Belgrade. I don’t think you need much more than two days to see the city, but it’s worth a visit. Unfortunately, ...
... we made our way back to the hostel to see Nats. The swans also won today which was awesome news. Semis next week against Fremantle. We were keen to go out tonight so we had a few games of rummy then headed out for a quick bite to eat then went outlying to find the pub crawl which was supposed to leave from republic square at 9. We were about 5 minutes late and seemed to have missed it so we just headed to ...
... to prayer so we were able to stay only a little while, but I was able to get some pictures to illustrate how elaborate the architecture was.
Day Four (Tuesday, August 20)
Our day began with a visit to downtown Old Belgrade ...
"Beograd !" the cabin care taker called… we arrived in this crazy city which is now the capital of Serbia, capital of x-Yugoslavia, with a very interesting (rich and sad) past.
First we went to the closest Hotel to ask for a map in order to locate ourselves and visit properly the city, and once we entered it, Milos, the receptionist offered us a map and the luggage room to store our heavy backpacks for the day.
We then went to a nice bakery ...