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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... Did I mention no one gives a **** here? Hangiong out the window, drinking and smoking on the train...it's like the dream of Simon Fenix.
It's a shame I haven't got to see more of Serbia but i'm pretty excited to be going back to Greece and getting to the festival. Can't say i've slept in a cave before but it's probably got more ball space than this train ride!
... to return! Belgrade however I loved. This was probably partly due to the brilliant hostel (definitely the best to date) as the staff were so helpful and made it so easy to see the sights and the layout of the hostel offered many opportunities to chat to other travellers. The party boats were definitely an experience but I think my favourite parts have to be the fortress and the bohemian quarter as they were not only beautiful but offered an insight into the history of ...
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He asked China to built one for him & in return he promised to purchase armoured vehicle for the Nepalese Army as payment. One of the clauses in the 1951 treaty between Nepal & India states that ...
... bike. I kept thinking if I hit a serious pothole in one of the puddles I was going to fall into the highway and that would be it.
I finally made it to Belgrade at 9:30 and the GPS brought me to some weird dark residential area. It seems I was lost. Great thing is I have names of streets on GPS in Latin alphabet but they use Cyrillic. After walking a bit it started to pour again - Yay! My limited knowledge of Russian from being there on ...
... but I was happy the man spoke a little English. I tried to ask if a particular item had meat, he said "no just ham" which I found amusing (they eat a lot of meat here, Tyler liked it but I found it hard). Tyler had an odd looking meat pie and I had some kid of pastry that tasted like leaks and onions, it was pretty good!
I was proud of myself for trying something different, Tyler is more adventurous with eating than I am! In all, we enjoyed Serbia and are glad we came ...