Hostel Belgrade Eye
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... and full of restaurants and shops. Shooting off this is the pedestrian-only zone that is quite popular in Belgrade. The main street is Knez Mihailova and is actually quite nice, up there with others in Europe. Lots of nice restaurants, shops and bars throughout the area.
I walk down the street a bit and find a restaurant with an English menu and I decide I don't really need to be that picky, so I sit at an outside table and have a lovely dinner ...
I slept like a rock last night. I fell asleep while Deb was talking with me at 10pm and woke at 9am. When I woke, Deb was in the bed next to me with earplugs in, upside down (to increase the distance between us). Apparently, I snored loudly last night. Deb said she tried to shake my arm to tell me roll over and I yelled "What!?!" Sorry, Deb. Bright eyed and bushy tailed, I went to the front desk to sign up for a tour of Belgrade. There was an 11am or 1pm bus tour for 500 ...
... the bill. A bit weird but we had a bed for the night and it wasn't super scuzzy so no drama. It was almost 11pm by this stage so we just wanted bed so I popped out for some McDonalds and went to sleep.
The next morning I grabbed some burek and some coffees for breakfast and we met the host at 11am to go back to the house. Our room was pretty nice, with its own ensuite and everything. It was kind of like a hostel with the other rooms being rented out as well, but our ...
... city where there was much more that monuments to visit and photos to be taken… we had to understand people's past, feelings and life in this unique region where war was still on less than 15 years ago.
And therefore we had the chance of our lives to meet Sally’s friend Dushka, and her boyfriend Surjan, who made us understood the modern history, and political, social and economiacla situation in ex-Yugoslavian countries… ...
... and having our bus stripped and our bags searched by border control guards. Memories right?
Belgrade was such a nice city and we thoroughly enjoyed it and its friendly residents.
Zipping our bags back up and continuing on,
Leann and ...