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... we hunted out an Irish pub to watch the All Blacks third game. The place was packed and actually had English commentary which was great though we were sitting where we couldnt really hear it.
The next day we checked out a couple of the sites a bit further. Our tour guide had told us about a hotel that is build on top of the ruins of a Roman arena. It was only discovered when the hotel was being built in 2004. The arena is only 10m smaller than the ...
... the palace, they have another very reasonably priced art museum. This one had more styles. I enjoyed one exhibition on "possibilties" where there were large white abstract sculptures. Then, behind each, the artist had photoshopped the "finished" version of the sculpture onto a picture of a location where the sculpture could go. I liked the statue he put on the moon. I also enjoyed a large hand giving the peace sign, but with bullets as the fingertips of the 2 ...
... impressive. It seemed dark, and uninviting. There was however, a young man sitting at the front desk that was pleasant and had a really nice smile. He gave us a key to our room on the third floor. We crammed ourselves into the tiny little elevator, and went upstairs. As soon as we opened the door to the room, we were hit with a revolting smell. It appeared to be sewer coming from the bathroom. I called the front desk, and told the young desk clerk of our problem. ...
... the fence! I screamed of course cause instead of going into the bush he turned around and bolted straight at Veronica's horse and I thought it was going to push her horse into the fence and god knows what would have happened. I managed to pull up my horse rather quickly as well which was good and Sim said the dad practically vaulted off his horse and came running back to see what had happened. Ended up the dad had to lead my horse through the bush with me still on it. ...
... wanderers like us. We of course visited Old Town and a couple coffee shops along the way. Nigel ate more pizza and more gyros for midday snacks. Terrea felt that this was one of her favorite cities. It could have been the sun shining, free espresso or just simply the incredible architecture, but she knew she loved Novi Sad!
The following morning we got up early, made our favorite quick and cheap breakfast (boiled eggs doused in hot sauce that we carry around and ...