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Travel Blogs from Nis
It was a small building and had exhibits in the hall. There were the usual Roman busts, some jewellery, ...
... to stand or sleep. People could be kept in here for days and both men and women could be in separate solitary confinement cells
There was a prison breakout in Feb 12, 1942. After that more barbed wire was put in on the perimeter. The Germans also built their own ...
... to Istanbul heading out of the city, called Constantinople Road, but has since been renamed.
I then noticed the site across the road. At first a sign said entry is only if arranged thru the Museum of Nis. I didn’t know about that then a lady came out and said it is closed but that I can still go and stand at the edge and ...
... on the bus quickly
This time there were no police on the bus so not sure why there was both ways to Novi Sad yesterday. We went on the highway mostly seeing farmland which was the breadbasket of Yugoslavia
Halfway we made a rest in a small town and after that he went thru more small towns stopping. Some were very odd designed and poorly maintained bus ...
September 3, 2013
It took us approx. 12 hours to get from Kotor (Montenegro) to Nis (Serbia). We arrived at 7.00 at the bus station of the city of Nis where we were supposed to spend only one night. We immediately asked at the information desk if there was a bus connection from Nis to Sofia. There is one bus per day departing at 16.00. Perfect...thanks to that, we were able to follow our itinerary (Sofia: September 4 - 6).
We didn't have any ...
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed