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... and many rulers it's had) over history. We had then intended to head to the beer festival however some more foul weather Friday night meant that idea was canned and we joined the local pub crawl for some drinks, dancing and good times. Saturday was travelling day again with check outs and late night flights to Barcelona in preparation for some more Spanish ...
... and open air art installations. It also offers plenty of viewpoints to take in the both the Sava and Danube rivers and is a very short walk to the Cathedral of St Michael.
Having spent an hour or so taking in the city our need for dinner was increasing as quickly as the temperature was dropping. We decided to leave the main area and head for the popular bohemian area of Skadarska.
Skadarska is one the best areas in Belgrade to hang ...
... upscale jazz bar on the waterfront. The waterfront was hopping, half a dozen or so bars, a see and be seen scene, and none of the snobbery of being ignored we experienced at the industrial building. The band played, we clinked glasses, chatted, clapped, and treated our ears to some of the best jazz this side of the Danube. My advice from this whole experience: don't clap at a Serbian jazz bar unless you want everyone to know you're ...
... both the modern area along with the old town and learned some of its complex history. It was founded about 2000 years ago and has been ruled by Romans, Ottomans, Austrians and Nazi Germany, among others, until becoming the capital of the former Yugoslavia and now the capital of Serbia. We wound up the day with dinner in the old Bohemian area and will take off for southern Serbia ...
... and 800 choir members at one time.
The building with the columns is one of the buildings attached to the university. This one houses the technical school for subjects such as architecture and building construction.
Cyrillic is the official written language of Serbia, so many of the signs and storefronts are written in it. For people like Bill and me who do not ...