Hostel Central Station
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Central Station Belgrade
Doesn't look great from the outside but the inside is fine. AC, wifi, comfy rooms and super helpful staff. Can't beat the location right across from train and bus stations.
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... to stay outside was to freeze and to go inside to a bar or restaurant meant to choke on smoke. Oh, how we miss the US and Northern Europe right now!
We did have some amazing meals though. The food is great. It's meat, meat, meat here. I mean heaping piles of delicious meat, if you want it. We got a good recomendation for a restaurant from the hostel owners and then later found a place called Little Bay that has a theme of a ...
... tried, apparently unsuccessfully, that while I'm sure it is, apparently I'm getting old and can't treat every day likes its a saturday. And that it gets expensive. He at least understood the last part. Like most cities, the center was nice and well kept, but a lot of the rest is still rundown and some areas not yet rebuilt from the war. There are some beautiful women though, and they dress up at night. The food is also rather good, a lot of meat (sorry ...
... Boyanna [?] second. We had lunch at the oldest restaurant in town, dating from the 1820's from memory. The lunch itself was nothing special: the beef goulash filling and the Jelen draft not much better than the bottled version 950 SD. Ms BB said she did not see any eclairs in France recently, to the amusement of Arjan and yours truly...hey hey hey Rosie!
Someone mentioned poutine. I said it was one of many bad things associated with Quebec, Nathalie ...
Not sure if I slept, but by 8 ish, Robert knocked on my door and I explained to him what happened, he said ok, let's have some breakfast and talk. At breakfast Robert told me that overnight, he communicated with one of the Slovenian strommers that was at the Montenegro meeting, and that one of the Igors (Igor is like the name Mohamed in Egypt), and that he has a contact in Belgrade who will be able to help. so, we packed our bags and headed for ...
... for my flight. From what I saw from my first visit passing through the city via train, you could still see signs of worse times. Not to say that it was a bad or scary place, but I know it isn't exactly the average travelers #1 pick for destinations.
When my train arrived, two extremely large helicopters flew over head. It almost had me second guessing if a war was still going on. Fortunately, my hostel was less than ...