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... even by the nun stepping onto the train. His stance indicated he was on official business and that he maintained some type of authority, but it was clear that he wasn't formally employed by the municipality.
Just after I made my comment, a bald guy, standing at about 6’7” and wearing all-black attire, opened the sliding door to our section and poked his head in to assess the scene. It was just Adam and I occupying 2 of the ...
Bellgrade wasnt a bad place. They have a rediculas exchange rate. I spent 600 bux on a plate of nachose for lunch. Went out on he town that night. Cost me 250 bux (din) for a beer. How ever 1 euro =100 din so its not bad bad but you fell rich with all the ...
... for the children, bars for night time enjoyments, food vendors, and a number of cafes that serve liquid refreshments both in the traditional way in the cafe or out on the beach.
We spent a relaxing couple of hours sitting by the lake and then went and enjoyed each other's company at home.
Day Ten (Monday, August 26)
Bill and I had time to ramble around again because ...
... checked out and booked for the next 3 nights, then planned the last few days back here at Villa Petra.
The next days we spent pretending Zemun is our home. We cycled a few times along the riverfront to the mall where we would pick up fixings from the supermarket deli. Not a big selection but I’m after the roasted red bell peppers.
Dave cycled to Belgrade's Tel Aviv Hummus House for a large tub of hummus. That on the best seeded ...
... with the rest of Europe, but then again, I don't find that an absolute necessity. I loved those kiosks that sold pop corn at every 200m, the bus station that's unlike many I've seen, the public transportation that's a bit outdated.
It's a trip in time that trust me, you'll love!!