No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews ACenter Birotel Novi Sad
Travel Blogs from Novi Sad
There must be some pretty impressive houses over there by the river. Sandy Bay or Bellerive... I'm not sure which.
Wandering over to the edge of the fortress there was a group kicking around a soccer ball footbag style. Actual footbags are much better but I think they're becoming a thing of the past... or only for aficionados.
There's a cute little watch tower. Or ...
... a takeaway shop for a litre plastic bottle of beer then went to visit a friend. She already had a litre bottle on the go so we knocked off that and ours and eventually headed out again.
A pretty interesting bookcase - Shakespeare in Serbian translation no less, but she is a student of comparative literature.
No, it wasn't me pushing the rakija. It was the blonde's fault. They ...
... up a flight of steps at the entrance to the supermarket.
Once I was in the toilet it took about three seconds for me to throw up. So, I got a photo of my bean soup not long beforehand but it turns out I didn't need to be in such a rush to get the photo as it looked pretty much the same a bit over an hour later when it came up again.
And as it was such a spanking new mall it was just about the cleanest toilet you'd ever see... pity I had to ruin that.
... and Deb brought me breakfast in bed with a smile. My throat hurt and she mixed me antibiotic elixir to make me feel better. I stayed in bed and cried, tried to straighten out my head and heart. Deb walked through town all day. She came home at 5, filled with excitement over the charming locals she met, the pictures she captured and the trinkets she bough to remind her of this lovely town. Her joy is contagious, and that gives me hope. Baby ...
... Traffic Ahead?
We met with Junko and Hiro at around 10 am and decided to check out our options for next day. Junko had been reading other blogs about how grueling the next section to Belgrade will be. Junko’s biggest fear is riding on busy road, followed by steep climbs. My biggest enemy is the heat and second is the climbs. I get belly aches just thinking about it. She is the same about her fear.