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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... and the end of the second leg of the trip - all in all, Belgrade wasn't the most exciting place for us, and it's doubtful that we would ever return. However, Belgrade did deliver in terms of our expectations - we knew full well that it wasn't the place for sights, and that it would be all about enjoying some excellent restaurants. But perhaps most importantly, it allowed us to cross off two bucket list items tonight - we got to go big, and go Homa, at the very same ...
... days! Holy cow!
Junko and Hiro checked into flying to Dubrovnik, Croatia or Sofia, Bulgaria for few days. We thought about it but concluded that it would be too expensive for just few days and told Junko and Hiro that we’d wait for them in Belgrade. In the end, Junko and Hiro decided also that it would be more trouble than it is worth, besides, instead of being rested up for the hard part of our next cycling portion, they would be ...
... family members actually came to visit them, unlike what happens back at home. But they wouldn't let me leave so I had to sign some document saying a refused medical treatment. They try and kick you out as soon as possible back home. Here I was begging for three days instead of four. My friends who came to visit me were from USA, Canada and Tunisia and the first two couldn't get over the doctors and ...
20/8/11 There is an art to picking a bed when you arrive in a hostel. 1. First and MOST importantly, avoid a bunk at all costs. You do not want someone coming in drunk at 4am trying to get into the bunk above you, and visa versa, when you come in drunk at 4am, you don't want to have to climb up to the top bunk (I so so so very nearly fell out while taking my ...
... ziggy-zaggy route towards Belgrade, reached Zemun as it got dark and then went and camped in a farmer's field where they'd been hay-baling.
The wind was very strong all night, so I didn't sleep too well. The next morning there was a Lada Niva parked a few hundred metres from me, and the driver bizarrely revved the engine several times as I was packing up. I suspect s/he was making sure I was leaving, or maybe they hadn't even seen me.
At last I was heading ...