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The hardest part about this whole travel thing is that I have a broken leg. It definitely makes for an inconvenience more than once in a while so I try to take the good things as they come and enjoy them. Praise God I was given permission by the doctor to start walking on Wednesday, so I spent that day practicing to see how much and if I could …
... No Smoking section, which is pathetically, a table or two next to the smoking section.
And we thought it was lame that the hostel hosts were having their own party and that there was no real room for the other guests in the hostel to hang out. There was a group from Slovenia and another group from Hungary. There were 2 toilets for 22 hostel guests and the 3 - 10 party Serbs.
So the bad lodging and the cold, icy weather put ...
... instead booked a private shuttle transfer with GEA Tours.
Our driver was very gruff and a man of few words, a lot like a Vinnie Jones character in a movie - in other words, not someone you'd want to mess with! Perhaps it really was Vinnie Jones, researching a role as a mafia getaway driver, or maybe he was training for the FIA World Rally Championship, because I've never been on a nail-biting drive like this one before. That says a lot, having seen some ...
... got up and looked at the notice board, in Slovak it must have been saying that the service for us bus has stopped from here since 13th September..awesome. It was 9:50am now so no train. No idea where some other trains would take us so walked to the train station to see where we might end up next.. Sarah was heading straight to information, I had a quick look at the departures board and it said that the train to Belgrade has been delayed ...
A few streets over from the National Assembly was St Marks Church. It was very ornate inside with gold leafed artwork. It also housed the tomb of a medieval king that had rebelled from his father and created a kingdom in southern Yugoslavia.