Hostel Belgrade

Kralja Milana 17, Belgrade, 11000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hostel
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The perks of being handicapped

A travel blog entry by bwells


... for Good Friday tomorrow. Earlier during the week I had bought The Passion of The Christ to watch specifically for this occasion. The first thing we're planning on doing tomorrow is praying and walking the stations through the city where Jesus went. What better way to prepare than to be able to see and imagine what actually happened there...I'll fill you in more on that in the next blog. For now it's time for bed to catch the 5:10 bus to the airport tomorrow morning!

Time to Go

A travel blog entry by meganfisher


... taking a night bus. I haven't had to take one of those yet in Europe, so I suppose I was due. I lucked out because a rather large, smelly woman sat down next to me and then decided to move before the bus left. I guess I smelled worse than her! Then a girl sat down next to me, but she moved after a few stops so that she could sit with her boyfriend. That meant that I had two seats all to myself which makes sleeping a bit more ...

The White City

A travel blog entry by jsarracino


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After a while, Vuk wanted to go to the playground so we headed over that way. We got side-tracked, however, when he saw some of his friends. We stopped while he played with them for a while.

Eventually, it was time to take the children home to feed them and put them to bed so we parted ways and told Comi and Katarina that we hoped to see them in ...


A travel blog entry by jginsburg


... still make use of our Russian languages knowledge. We were able to somewhat understand spoken Serbian and to read signs and menus. When we departed from Russia at the beginning of travel week we left a country was reluctant to let go of winter. But we returned to see that spring had prevailed. The weather was considerable warmer and the snow, for the most part, had melted. Perhaps we will see leaves on the trees ...

Belgrade Day #2

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc


... mall, we stopped at 5:10 so Mom could grab a snack, then continued to the Residence of Princess Ljubica, constructed in 1831 for the wife of Prince Milos. Admission cost 100 dinar ($1.11).

Our last stop of the day was to visit St. Michael’s Church across the street. From there, we walked back to our hotel, arriving at 6:47. Online and sorted photos, then headed to dinner at 8:10 at nearby Guli restaurant. We ate Thai salad, ...


This hostel, located on Kralja Milana 17, Belgrade, is near The Belgrade Fortress, Skadarlija, Trg Republike, and The National Assembly.
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