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Travel Blogs from Belgrade
... We were tired after this but we decided to have a shower and go out to explore the city's nightlife. We started having a drink with a German girl and a gay Rumanian guy in the hostel. Later on we went to the main street where we had the typical drink of Serbia called “Rakija” and a glass of beer since it’s always a cheap option.
Since the place where we were looked nice we asked some people there where to go if we wanna go out dancing, so we ...
... 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.
... and divided about, new Yugoslav authorities sent those Gakovo citizens who remained in the country into internment camps (Many Gakovo citizens, however, had left the country in 1944, following the defeated German army). Gakovo was one of the sites of these post-World War II internment camps for the ethnic Germans (Danube-Swabians). Gakovo and the nearby village of Kruševlje had at ...
... that I
wanted to feel well for. A couple of blokes from the hostel decided to make a
last minute decision to go to an international soccer friendly. It was Serbia
vs. Ireland, and the locals are known for their hooliganism. It seemed a rather
tame affair however, and we were dumbfounded that the police wouldn’t allow us
to sit with the Serbs, demanding that we take our place with the tiny Irish
contingent in the corner. I’m guessing that they ...
... a shockingly low amount of taxes in his lifetime.
The reason I don't understand the outpouring of emotion is because Steve Job's was in every way the greedy capitalist that they say we are supposed to hate and demonize for unapologetically keeping so much for himself while others have so little. You'd expect the vastness of his wealth next to the average American's to be something we castigate as an appalling example of social inequality. ...