Crossroad Belgrade Hostel
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... only got to 2 degrees C, i dressed according and did not feel the cold. Great day, the cold air makes one feel alive and motivated to walk. Must have done about 10ks without breaking into a sweat..
Found an outdoor food market and spent some time wandering around taking in the amazing smells of meat being grilled, coffee being roasted, bread being baked. Oh so good.
Tomorrow its a 7 hour train ride to Zagreb, where i might get some sunshine.
... in this way and unfortunately it tainted the stay in Novi Sad for me.
We immediately went for lunch as we hadn't eaten all day at a local restaurant. We both ordered Cevapi which was basically sausages, bread and spicy tomato potatoes. We spent the afternoon wondering around the square before deciding to head to the beach. However on arrival at the beach it appeared you had to pay just to enter the beach Area! We weren't having any of that so we turned round and ...
... from work for the three days leading up to our trip, so we wanted to take things a bit easy, and decided to start with a leisurely walk towards the "Bohemian Quarter" for a little breakfast.
The streets were quiet and fairly empty at that "early" hour, and it was far, far chillier than the weather we'd left behind in Istanbul: when we got to Belgrade it was about 70F/21C, whereas the paper had reported Istanbul was to hit a high of 105F/41C ...
... albeit without the restaurant. The new tower became operational in April, 2010, and is currently the tallest tower in Serbia.
After leaving Mount Avala, we drove to Kosmaj Gora (another small mountain near Belgrade) to visit Zoran and Dunja's friends, Vlada and Vera. On the way, we stopped to pick up some BBQ. This was not like picking up BBQ at home. This BBQ was made of freshly ...
... very kind and asked several students in the area where he should drop me off until he was sure I was at least in the right area. I had to walk around with my suitcases a bit to find the correct building, but it wasn't too difficult.
As I checked in, I was told there are two things that I need to know. Hot water is available only between 8 am and 10 pm (although I have since found out that the ...