Yachting Club Kej
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... the locked gate, security is always a concern in big cities. It is something we are going to have to re-learn. For more than seven years we have lived in a village where locks are pointless. We shut our garage door in November when we put things inside for the winter. We never lock our flat unIess we are away and then only to let any visitors know we might not be back for a while. I keep my bike keys in the bike all ...
... it's nice to have variation. The only sandwiches we found were at a bakery where could buy these tiny rolls filled with salami/ham and cheese that were charged by weight.
Bus was a bit late and a bit rickety and we had the same Balkan system of no-one giving a **** about seat numbers and everyone just piles on first come first served. Jamie managed to sweet-talk a guy into swapping with me so we could sit together just as we were leaving and we were soon heading off to Nis!
... was completely contained within its walls, however, it has now been turned into a huge city park, with amazing views over the city and rivers. After exploring the fortress I then Walked the length of the old city, via small quaint neighbourhoods, vibrant alternative areas with incredible street art, still unrepaired NATO bombing damage and pedestrianised boulevards to st. Savas cathedral, which is the largest Orthodox Church in the world. Having begun planing the building in 1895, it is ...
... medical officers from more than 40 countries. The Serbians were outstanding hosts, with a posh opening ceremony full of song and dance, and some of the most lavish lunches I've had at any meeting I've ever attended. We spent a few hours in a Belgrade suburb touring the flood damage, which was a sobering experience. Many residents had been cleaning out the water-damaged stuff from their homes and putting it outside to get hauled away. We also got ...
... the hostel.
Heading back to the pedestrian street I saw the National Bank of Serbia. It mentioned visitors hours so I went inside to see what happens. A guard asked me for ID then gave me a visitors badge.
There was a currency gallery with lots of coins from the Roman period as well as different periods ...