Downtown Belgrade Hostel
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... 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 ...
... was able to book the transport for us. Feeling comforted knowing that we had a way to get to Romania and a place to stay when we got there, Jason and I went for a nice dinner downtown and returned back to the hostel shortly after.
Our transport arrangement was scheduled to come at noon today. Around the hostel, there are signs about checkout time being at 10am. At abound 9:50 this morning, I told Jason we should start packing up ...
The next morning started with an arguement with the hautel owner after I worked out that he'd overcharged us. We'd looked up the price on hostel bookers but booked via email as this is often cheaper. His wifi was even 'save money, book directly' but it wasn't. It wasn't even the same price, it was more. Needless to say he'll be getting a bad trip advisor rating from me!
We headed out to the centre again and this time decided to climb the hill on the ...
... was a marble slab which was his resting place. On the way out was the old museum which had more cultural clothing, swords, guns, and rifles.
Taking the bus back I got off at a stop where there as a large building with damage from the Nato bombing at the end of the 1990s. ...
... the magnitude and significance of the war. Srebrenica changed that.
In 1995 at the height of the Yugoslav War, over 8,000 Bosnians were massacred in Srebrenica. Today a memorial site, Srebrenica-Potocari Memorial and Cemetery for the Victims of the 1995 Genocide, stands to remember those who lost their life in the devastating war. Victims are commemorated with a tombstone in their place of burial, while a green stick is used to indicate the burial site of ...