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Travel Blogs from Belgrade
... given an apartment by the government and these apartments are passed down in the family, which has somewhat skewed the real estate market. These apartments are rarely sold and property taxes are extremely low ($200 per year) so everyone hangs on to them.
Luke's apartment is a very nice, new, two bedroom, one and a half bath condo around 1,100 sqft. He rents it fully furnished for $1,000 per month which is expensive by Serbian ...
... about 30,000 detainees, of whom 11 to 12 thousand died from starvation, cold and disease. Internment camps were abolished in 1948 and remaining Gakovo citizens were forced to work for two years as indentured slaves throughout Yugoslavia. In the next decades, most of them emigrated from the country. Memorials to the victims of the Gakovo prison camp have been erected within the town.
... category within two months of departure when there is excess inventory.
The Infinity price is now below my target of $100/night or less, so I sent Todd my credit-card information and asked him to book the cruise for me (Todd has a part-time travel-agent business). :-) I now have three cruises booked for the next three months – a total of 41 nights of cruising ahead in the next 85 days!
Mom and I headed out to dinner at 8:12, eating ...
... to spend the last hours in Belgrade; I thought that this might be the one day I'd be sober ;)
Earlier, it had been a very lazy day wandering the streets of Belgrade, doing the best we could on a few hours sleeps owing to a night out on the town...
... We also checked out Hram Sv. Save, a
spectacular cathedral just outside the city centre. After this we headed back
to the hostel, where I remained for the evening while Tom visited the local gay
bar to get up to some mischief.
Overall, I really loved Belgrade, though I do admit to
being somewhat torn by certain aspects, mainly its gay life. It’s so easy to
get wrapped up in a mind frame, where consumption of resources (not just ...