6th Floor Hostel Belgrade
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friendly reception and fast internet for free
feel like home and get a wine and a rakia bz arriving
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January 2, 2015
We went north to Serbia on a relative whim. We originally planned on skipping it to stay in warmer weather, but with New Year's approaching, we thought we'd give it a shot. The guidebook said ...
... Later that evening we headed back to the fortress area to take some photos of the view and of the castle as the sun set. I'd been on about trying some traditional Serbian food since we'd arrived so we went out for a meal at one of the restaurants in the bohemian quarter. Thomas ordered a Serbian kebab and I picked something off the menu that I didn't recognise and ordered that. It turned out to be a massive burger filled with chillis and cheese and was delicious.
... we've had, anywhere in the World. From the moment we walked back in, we were made to feel most welcome, with the manager immediately recognizing us, and pointing out to the owner that we had just been here the other night. Soon after, a complimentary couple of shots of pear and quince raki made their way over to us, and then it was on - course after course of spectacular food!
There did end up being some overlap with tonight's tasting menu and ...
... because he deserves them after having to go out and do this each night. So I gave him some money, probably about $2 in the end, he was so so adorable!
Drinks carried on, we kept talking about places to go around here..the thing was that the new man who had joined our table knew no English so the Serbian man had to translate everything. After awhile he started to translate some things that disturbed us so we quite hastily said we must go now and left.. Whew. We were ...
I still needed food so went to a pizza place for 80D (.95 cents). I also finally found someone who would exchange my 4000 Forint ($20) and gave me 1200D ($14.50)
The map said there was a Bezistan which is a Turkish name for covered bazaar. I know Sarajevo had ...