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Rnriggins stayed here on Jun 20, 2012 during their trip titled: Bobby's 2012 Summer.
We got on board our overnight train from Ljubljana to Belgrade at 9.15 last night, and commenced the worst night's sleep ever. Every time I was just about to fall asleep, we'd pull into another border station and large people (and one surprisingly short woman) would bang open our door and demand our passports before handing them back and marching …
Belgrade is a storied city - a living history of cultures long gone and forgotten. Layers of civilizations are stacked deeply in the corners and crevices of each worn brick building, each stone and each statue. From the Turks to the Austrians, to the Iron Curtain, to the Serbian party which burnt with blind passion in its darkest hour. Some call …
got to Belgrade after 9 hour train journey that wasn't late and went really quickly, result. Cost about £30! The Central station hostel was directly over the main road but took me ten minutes to get to as I had to walk for so long to find a green man to cross at! Hostel was OK, quite big. I checked in, went to get something to eat and then tried to …
I'm hoping this update comes out legibly, I am typing on a Turkish Keyboard converted to English, but the keys are still weird and the screen's funny too!
Our second day in Belgrade saw us relaxing. We took a walk down to St Sava's Cathedral, which had us a little confused, since we thought it had been there a while, but as they are …
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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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