Beli Grad Youth Hostel
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... getting up soon after that. I was attempting to write this post on my Surface at the table in the common room but I was having trouble typing and I kept falling asleep really badly. I finally succumbed to the receptionist's urgings and went and took a nap.
Got up about an hour and a half later and had breakfast and am now writing this. I've also decided on a change in my travel plans - I think I'm going to skip Slovenia. ...
... to Belgrade to try to save time and money for accommodation, but finally it wasn’t such a good idea because they never turned off the lights, plus since Serbia is not part of EU, a lot of people came to check passports, tickets, etc.
We arrived in Belgrade at 06.00. Nothing was open so we followed the instructions given by the hostel on how to arrive, no maps at that time.
Our first impression on the city was that it was a little bit sad and insecure ...
... them. This one was way off the beaten path.
We entered the restaurant and walked straight through to be seated by the river. We then spent a lovely couple of hours eating two different kinds of fish soup, a platter with a variety of fish, and a fruit desert tart. We all ate until we were stuffed.
... remote radio controlled small boat, but at the time no-one believed it was possible, they thought he was cheating, so it was never developed. It took us another 80 odd years to make them! A very clever man, ahead of his time.
After that we enjoyed lunch at the Allo Allo cafe! Italian food, in a place that identified with a French inspired, English comedy, in Belgrade! the world is a wondrous place!
... been rectified, but Tesla still died penniless. Also, Thomas Edison was a total ******* who had his goons burn down Teslas workshop, destroying many of his notebooks. After the museum, we headed over to a very large church that is under construction. It is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. We then headed out to New Beograd for dinner with Maja's aunt and uncle. After a tasty dinner of roast pork, Maja's childhood ...