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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8th - 10th March When my train arrived at the border an officer came on board to check all our passports before letting us off. I had to wait for another train to take me to Belgrade. This took a while. After an hour of waiting the train finally arrives and we all hop on. It was about a 2hour journey to Belgrade from the border. The train officer informed me that the train won't be going to Belgrade but it will be going to a town 11km out of the city. This news was **** because I had paid ...
... so graciously took my bag,opened doors and provided information; nothing was too much effort and all was offered so genuinely.
This theme continued when I arrived at the hostel, 1001 Nights, after midnight. Concerned that I made it safely and making my bed up for me (this never happens in a hostel) and in an empty room so that we would not disturb any sleeping guests. The Serbs have the most amazing
hospitality, even giving the Irish and Canadians a run for their money!
... 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.
... in one breath and then, in the next, admit that very few people attend church any more.
Though they don't go to church it hasn't stopped them from building the Cathedral of Saint Sava, the largest Orthodox Church in the world. It will be some years before it is actually completed on the inside but that doesn't really matter. The small Orthodox church next door is plenty big enough for the congregation.
On the hill ...
... the old Yugoslav capital.
After talking with the tourist office I got a bus card to visit some further museums. The card is 40D (.50 cents) and you load it with upto 10 trips costing 72D (.85 cents) each. I put five rides on there for a total of 400D ($4.50)
First I had to figure ...