Crossroad Belgrade Hostel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
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... there was much more - a hotel where many famous people have stayed, including Ric***********, who came to Yugoslavia to film “The Fifth Offensive”, a story of Tito. The Opera House, the various squares filled with people and activities (it's Saturday), the various kinds of architecture - all very big city look.
A stop at the Majestic Hotel on the pedestrian street was a nice break from the riding around. We had a choice of beverage and ...
... people. I tried a really nice light craft beer, and I swear it left an aftertaste of Turkish Delight after every sip. It was the first craft beer that I have really enjoyed.
The atmosphere was friendly and relaxed and families with kids were standing in front of the stage enjoying the music and the warm evening. Dmitri told me that all over Belgrade are clubs and cafe's with live music that play seven nights in summer and cost nothing ...
... the dorm we had our own lounge and kitchen and four dormitories leading off it. I didn't pay much attention at first because all I wanted was my bed. I saw a polish girl in the bed next to me who was really ill as well. She was coughing her guts up and had a heating in the room which was unbelievably hot. I just stripped off and went to bed. I pretty much slept all day and some of the evening. The hostel were cooking us food and said it would be ready at 20:00. I decided to give it a ...
... hills) and flooded in some parts. The bus driver had stopped multiple times just to take pictures of what was happening on the roads. We used the opportunities to snap some photos as well. It was really sad to learn that a woman had been killed due to the flooding and many more had been stranded without power or water. We were grateful to be on our way out of the region.
When the bus dropped us off we began walking to find a place to ...
The last thing I needed to explore in Belgrade was the Austrian outpost of Zemun. I planned on coming yesterday but the rain was so bad I had to put it off. Today the rain was finally breaking so I could do this as my last thing
When the Turks occupied the fortress and the old town, the Austrians ...