Downtown Belgrade Hostel
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... past the ice cream parlour we had searched an hour for just a couple of days ago, and the realisation we had actually walked past it!! One place we visited on the walking tour was the fortress of Belgrade, and we headed back there in the evening to explore it further. A popular area for locals to come in the evening, many paths to take, huge lawns to relax on, chess tables to compete on, and a selection of restaurants. We decided to treat ourselves that night, and head ...
... 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 ...
I had a lovely birthday, thanks for all of the wishes. Woke
in Linz, took the train to Vienna, sadly had to sell our bikes, but had the
afternoon with Shan and went out for dinner at an Irish Pub!
On Sunday we entered a parallel universe called Eastern
Europe. The train from Vienna was fantastic, brand new, grey leather seats with
red details, electronic ...
... setup home in a small town called Zemun on the other side of the Sava River. Zemun is now part of Belgrade city and I planned to visit it later
The original Turkish gates are still there and there are pens for holding prisoners as you go thru the gates. There is also a Military Museum which I was ...