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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... I think when they know they like somewhere they will stay for a long time. I think it's really good in a way because you really get to know the city. The Russians husband was crashed out on the sofa at this point because they had a fight the night before. The first thing he done when he woke up was have a ask Maxime for a cigarette and then cracked opened a beer. What a dick! After he woke up I decided to leave and check out the city. My first destination was a couple of ...
... for my graduate diploma at the Geneva Graduate Institute. I packed light, I only had one suitcase which did not weigh more than 18 kilos to check in and I paid for this service online for both portions of my trip. Next I had a small carry-on (with my computer and books) and my purse.
Swissport staff made everyone fit their carry-on bags into the metal mold and charged me an additional ...
... the markets I took photos as everyone stood proud in front of their stalls and left with a bag full of freebies. Looking at my options of crossing the Danube and leaving the city, a man called out "are you looking for your friends", I said "yes,always" and followed his directions. I rolled down the bumps to a crumbling one story building finding a huddled group of interesting characters round a big pot of stew. They all smiled as I joined the circle ...
... palachinka (again, spelled phonetically) cafe where the specialty is a cross between a pancake and a crepe filled with any number of toppings. I enjoyed a Serbian sausage, pickles, and kajmek one which was delicious! Next we met up with Nevena, one of David's family friends who studied in the States a few years back. We continued on our tour of the city with a bit of gelato at the best local place and the waltzed over to the Belgrade castle that overlooks the rivers Sava and Danube. ...
... get to show of their stuff.
So got back to hostel covered in mud, kicked the cats off my bed and went to sleep. Woke up feeling like **** cos of the cats of course, and went to meet George who acted as my personal tour guide for the day. He took me to the Fortress which had been built and added to by so many different countries, and then knocked back down again, it was crazy! Apparently its where young Serbian ...