Hostel Central Station
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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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... who has time to show me around for a couple of hours....And I succeed!
I am contracted my Sanja. She is super organised, telling me which bus, the time of the bus and places for my visit. Because my big bag is checked through all the way to Athens, I can leave the airport bag free! It's so liberating!! :) Everything goes to plan and I'm on the bus at exactly 16:51, as instructed by my host. After a quick refreshment at ...
... everyone else had got off. Through the window I saw a few people gesturing at me but it wasn't until the bus moved off that I realised they'd be motioning of us to get off. It turns out that although we'd caught the right bus this one wasn't going back to town but turning around and heading back the other way. We quickly got off and walked to the next stop of this bus, got on the same number and finished our journey. Crazy transport!!
The next day we decided to do ...
... then headed to the beach the next day - Ada Ciganlija, which is a manmade beach on a lake. Very nice. The weather was scorching as well so it was a very nice day, the best probably so far, easily 30 degrees. Chilled out for the afternoon, headed back to the hostel, went out to a local restaurant the next night called '?' with Matthias which was very nice then headed back to bed for an early night.
Bought my bus ticket to kotor, ...
... my stop, and woken up in the Serbian ghetto. Thankfully, trains to Serbia are notoriously late, so all was well and arrived fine. Walking to the hostel was reasonably long, but got there with no hassles, and thank you to the friendly Serbian shop owner who asked if I needed help, and told me what number the hostel was. Srdjan, the hostel owner, let me in showed me what room I was in, and I went to sleep for the next five hours.
The hostel ...
... the site of a chance encounter with a handful of other Anglophone travellers, one of whom we had met a week or so previously in Dubrovnik. These intersecting paths of travellers – converging and diverging through connected transport routes – are in many ways fragile connections to a semblance of comfort in an unfamiliar land. We settled into our compartment of six and shared storied and food.
But even the relatively simple train ride from Sarajevo, dipping ...