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... to visit, otherwise I don't think this city would have made the list. I'm glad we did.
We flew out of Dubrovnik around 10:00 am and landed an hour later. As we began our descent, the land flattened out and looked so much like the prairies it reminded me of landing in Regina. Not surprisingly, agriculture is big business here as well. Luke had arranged for a car to pick us up and deliver us to his office, which was very convenient. ...
On Sunday May 12, 2013 we travelled from Toronto to Belgrade, Serbia and then on to Novi Sad which will be our home base while we visit Gakovo (Gakowa) and Kljajicevo (Kernei) which are the home towns of my mother and father respectively. My parents are Danube-Swabians who are Germans whose ancestors had been recruited to resettle and rebuild devastated areas in the Austrian-Hungarian ...
... exhibits on Serbian national culture such as folk costumes, early forms of transportation such was wagons, and urban embroidery.
Exiting the museum at 4:43, Mom went shopping while I strolled along the Knez Mihailova pedestrian mall, passing through Republic Square, Belgrade’s central plaza. I met back up with Mom at 5:15 and we walked to the hotel for a couple hours of downtime.
I received an e-mail from my friend Todd informing me that ...
... luck finding anywhere to withdraw cash I had my ass saved (yet
again) by a kind stranger who saw that I was having trouble trying to buy a bus
ticket to the airport. He graciously purchased it for me, and translated for
the clueless old lady at the ticket counter. God bless that young man.
With my sickness giving me grief I had half a bottle of
cough syrup with me when I arrived at the airport. After checking in I couldn’t
bring it with me past customs. ...
... and headed to Club
Apartment, a gay club situated on the third floor of an old apartment building.
The club, although small, was certainly pumping out the music, and had a humble
but excited gathering of people. We spent a couple of hours here drinking and
dancing until we made our way home in the wee hours of the morning.
The next day we got up and headed across the river to
Zemun, which contains Donji Grad – the oldest part of ...