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... very similar to Port.
Tito and his wife had lived here during their "reign" and on his death,she moved into a house axross the road and was either uder house arrest or suffered from agrophobia or somehting the guide couldn't express. Shedidn't leave the building for over 30 years and only left after her death ... I assume. The only evidinece that Titio and ...
... as a result of numerous
conquerors. It lies at the confluence of the two rivers; Sav and Danube, where the Balkans meets East and Central Europe. Victor the naked statue keeps an eye on things here ;)
Nearing the end of the tour we were joined by Alexis a French man and Anna a Russian friend of Tolik who randomly was staying not only in my hostel but had been moved into my room that morning! Both Russians had fallen for the city of Belgrade and visited many times; ...
... small outpost on the other side of the Sava river, each controlling their respective sides of the river. Today it is a suburb that has been absorbed into Belgrade city limits
Taking the bus back from Novi Sad I switched to a local bus outside the bus terminal. There are three buses to Zemun 704, 706, 707. These run express ...
... like a piece of luggage rather than a valuable customer), I highly protest this sort of inflexibility in applying your rules and demanded my money back for the extra bag. I would like to reiterate the fact that I packed lightly since I fly often and still had to take a train to/from Geneva.
So, we will see what happens next, but passengers don't say you have not been warned!
... so I walked up and down the streets to see all of them. Most are things like government building that you couldn't go in so they were quick to see. I went into a few churches though.
After spending a few hours and seeing all I wanted to of the city, I decided to try to figure out how to leave. This proved to be a next to impossible task. I had wanted to go to Romania from here. It turns out that there is no such thing as a bus ...