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... all throughout the city with lots on display. Especially in the metro tunnels. We were showed a few of these on the tour and got to stand on part of an old road dating back to the 2nd century. The tour covered various churches and the history of the city.
We also went past the old Turkish baths where there are fountain of mineral water outside. Its 37 degrees and kind of smells like sulphur but lots of people drink from it and its meant to have heaps ...
... moving them so that they could sit close to their friends and have a nice, face-to-face conversation. Some of the benches had chess boards on them, and there were a lot of guys playing chess. I noticed a board that nobody was using, or even close to. All the pieces were lined up, ready to play. I wonder if they leave them out like that overnight and in all weather.
One other cool feature of the park was the amount of food carts. There were just enough that you ...
... where the hotel was, so at that point, we got out,....transferred our luggage, and entered the other cab. Our guy took a loss on that ride, as we only paid him $10.00, but he didn't squabble. He was just happy to be rid of us.
The new driver started at the other end of the street, and drove us straight to the hotel.
We were so happy to be there, we didn't even complain about the ridiculous $10.00 he charged us for the 2 minute ride.
The hotel ...
... away from the fence! Lucky though it didn't take to much for Sim to pull him up and stop him from going to far. Veronica told the dad what happened cause it obviously made alot of noise and he said to try and come through where Sim had gone instead. My horse having seen what had happened with Sim's horse decided something wasn't right and wasn't going to listen to me when I tried to get him to go into the bush away from the fence. He started walking backwards and of ...
... 0 degrees Celsius) we opted to power walk around the town to see everything we could. After being bought cappuccinos at the shop across the street by the owner of our hostel, we headed towards the Danube River and the Fortress of Novi Sad. We were able to capture some amazing pictures of the city and river from the top of the fortress. After coming from Belgrade, it felt so nice to be in a “smaller city.” The pace of life seemed slower and a lot more ...