Crossroad Belgrade Hostel
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... night I couldn't hang out in the common room since the smoke was so thick. I had read that Balkan people smoke a lot, but Belgrade was the first city where I've seen chronic chain smokers everywhere. They literally smoke while they eat. I haven't seen that since I was a kid or while watching a movie from the 30s. As an asthmatic, it was unbearable. Every coffee shop, every bar, every restaurant, every building is smoke-filled. There is ...
... the local park where we played cards for an hour or two. Just as we were packing up to head back it started to rain. Dodging under sheltered sidewalks and trees we made it back to the hostel just before the heavens really opened! It proceeded to torrentially rain for the rest of the evening so we headed to the bar downstairs for a couple of bevies and further card games. It was then that a storm arrived. Properly exciting thunder and lightening! That kept me entertained for ...
... instead booked a private shuttle transfer with GEA Tours.
Our driver was very gruff and a man of few words, a lot like a Vinnie Jones character in a movie - in other words, not someone you'd want to mess with! Perhaps it really was Vinnie Jones, researching a role as a mafia getaway driver, or maybe he was training for the FIA World Rally Championship, because I've never been on a nail-biting drive like this one before. That says a lot, having seen some ...
... it was still 10mins to go before it should be leaving!! We rushed into information and checked if we could get tickets onto it..yes would could! Awesome. No deciding where to go or what to do. Waited 10mins and the train arrived :)
We managed to remember to ask for seat reservations for this train although it turns out we could have saved ourselves four euros haha because the train was never that full!
It was such a long ...
... Unfortunately when I got there it was under renovation inside so nothing to see except for the bare walls and architectural features
Next door was a smaller church. I went in there and there was a private ceremony for a family baptism. The artwork was very detailed going all inside the alcoves and around the ...