Downtown Belgrade Hostel
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- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... hours the day before so we were pretty lucky.
On through the country side towards Belgrade arriving at our hotel the Crown Plaza at 4pm. This hotel is only 12 months old and is by far the best we have stayed at.
Happy Hour in the hotel bar for most of us then dinner included in the Trafalgar Package.
Next day 18th May we go on a city sight seeing tour with a local guide. This takes us to the ...
... until we finally decided a taxi was their only hope. However, on being asked for a lift to the station, the taxi drivers simply pointed down some nearby steps, implying the target was very close. By the time we reached the bus station - assuming the directions had been aimed at the wrong station it was 10:58 and hope was fading. One last wrongbturn sealed the deal. The team was now relying on a UK style train delay to save the day. It was not to be as on ...
... team hanging down the outside and that was it. It soon become evident why. Just a few minutes in there was some commotion by this box and soon the flag was being tossed between ground members slowly making it's way past us. For the rest of the match there were about 6 security officials guarding this one box.
Just when it appeared that the crowd drama was over a man clad in only his boxers climbed over the railings separating the stands and began to run around the ...
... the European ones which only go up to your wrists) as canes and when need be I can get away with only using one. I also got permission from student life to take the school's wheelchair with me cause the Lord knows there's no way I'm standing and walking all day every day. Now, I don't know if you've ever tried to travel with a wheelchair and a broken leg but it's not easy. Mo, my travel partner, is definitely putting up with a lot and has been awesome so far in ...
... s is both a museum and a mausoleum. His ashes are kept in a separate room for patrons to view. Well, for patrons to view the urn, not the actual ashes. That would just be creepy.
As we left the museum, I recognized the house that Zoran and Dunja had pointed out as the house Dunja grew up in across the street.