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Travel Blogs from Nis
Outside the church was another building with a more modern chapel inside. Along the sides were display cases with various rings and necklaces
Then I noticed soldiers outside and the Monk chatting with them. They had handguns with them so not sure what they ...
... was built before the war as an army depot then used by the Nazis as a camp. Basically it was just a jail so no gas chambers or things that went on in other camps.
The first people arrested were political dissidents and activists, followed by Jews, and others. Men were on ...
... into the site. That was good enough and she didn’t charge entry fee.
All you could really see were the brick remains. There was a building which was locked. There were a couple of other people with official badges and they ...
... were outright scary and I thought they were derelict buildings but they were real bus stations still in use
As we neared Nis there were already road signs for Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Greece. On arrival in Nis I needed to find my hotel to dump my luggage.
I followed my ...
... finding our hostel (= another temporary home) which was situated in the city center, roughly 70 meters from the main square "Trg Kralja Milana". The hostel was a really nice place, it was small (only 3 rooms, 10 beds in total) and so perfectly clean. I think we haven't been in such a clean place yet. Plus, we got our own private room for the first time in almost three weeks so we really enjoyed our stay there. The room had air conditioning and Internet connection ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking