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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... for 4 hours the day before so we were pretty lucky.
On through the country side towards Belgrade arriving at our hotel the Crown Plaza at 4pm. This hotel is only 12 months old and is by far the best we have stayed at.
Happy Hour in the hotel bar for most of us then dinner provided by Trafalgar.
Next day 18th May we go on a city sight seeing tour with a local guide. This takes us to ...
... walking tour. In hindsight I wish we'd done this earlier in our stay. It took 3 hours and our tour guide took us to all the main sights. He even whipped out a plastic bottle of his grandfathers homemade honey rakia and gave us all a taste. We saw the main square with the original theatre, the bohemian quarter with it's cobbled streets and little market stalls. We then made our way to the fortress and explored the old castle and marvelled at the views of the river Daube. ...
... seats. He peered at Adam and me before looking up, down, and all around. Apparently he thought the coast was clear, as he entered the car and threw his duffel bag onto the seat next to Adam. He proceeded to stand in the entry way of the train car, blocking the entrance into our section, as a large group boarded the locomotive.
Shortly after the graffiti-laden train departed at 2:30 am, Mr. Clean and his Adidas-donned accomplice sat ...
... Dunja had another obligation that would keep them busy until late afternoon. We decided to go back over to New Belgrade and revisit Zemun during the day. As we drove over the bridge, we saw the place we had been the first night when I was able to take pictures of Old Belgrade across the river. I wanted that scene during the day, too. Of course, we had missed the turn but figured we'd catch it on ...
... in one hand and a sword in the other. When he was created in 1928 to commemorate their victories over the Ottomans and WWI, but people complained because of his nudity, so he was placed on the fortress.
After finishing everything on the tour we went back to the places we wanted to see more of. For dinner we went back to the Bohemian quarter in hopes of finding some little place. No such luck. Ended up having our worst meal of the ...