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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... was scheduled to leave at 3:25, so to be safe we left our hostel by cab around noon and got to the airport with three hours to spare before our flight. We checked our bags in and were happy to see an urgent transfer sticker put on our backpacks to get them to Frankfurt, as we only had a little less than an hour between flights. We sat around for a bit and about an hour and a half before our flight we tried to go through security. Security said they weren't ready for us, and we thought ...
... stretch in July and August, when temperatures can get in the 40C.
Also carrying a tent is advised for some long stretches between accommodations. Junko is dead set against sleeping in a tent and would consider taking the train for a particular long stretch.
Finally, we stopped by the market and picked up some salad fixings for dinner. We poured over the maps until it was time for bed.
Junko and Hiro Write;
... a huge weight in a nondescript, run-down gym: “My dad is a weightlifter. He is one of the best, but he couldn’t get into the national competition because they wanted him to pay for an outfit. Two hundred Euros just to compete.”
“Criminal,” his friend added, with a shake of his head.
A combination of cold and a middle-aged snoring man – his pot-belly sagging flaccidly but somehow arrogantly over his unpleasantly tiny ...
... so that we could figure out where we were on the city maps. The maps actually had the street name spelled out in the Latin Alphabet, but the street signs were in Cyrillic. Our hostel was located in the Bohemian Quarter where all of the good restaurants are located. Each restaurant had a band of 3-4 people that would sing at your table until you gave them a tip. Although we didn’t eat at any of those restaurants, we were able to walk along the street and listen to live music every ...
... 8217;m going to have over the coming months. Number one on the list, New Years and Belgrade with Tash and Rob! Watch this space, plenty of stories to come! J
I made it! Some more delays in London held my up slightly but actually worked out for the best as Tash and Vera (Tash’s cousin) were late picking me up from the airport so we actually managed to arrive at the same time. Quick story on Tash’s arrival from the village, the 4 of them (Tash, Rob, ...