Balkan Orient Express Hotel
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... Fortress and the Serbian Orthodox church which is still being constructed and may take until at least 2030.
Free time in the main street of Belgrade which is a pedestrian mall, here we have a cafe latte and club sandwich. Purchase some more throat lozenges from local pharmacy.
Back to the hotel for a rest and freshen up before the next tour at 2:30.
Drive south approx 80kms through the vineyards ...
... both the modern area along with the old town and learned some of its complex history. It was founded about 2000 years ago and has been ruled by Romans, Ottomans, Austrians and Nazi Germany, among others, until becoming the capital of the former Yugoslavia and now the capital of Serbia. We wound up the day with dinner in the old Bohemian area and will take off for southern Serbia ...
... even by the nun stepping onto the train. His stance indicated he was on official business and that he maintained some type of authority, but it was clear that he wasn't formally employed by the municipality.
Just after I made my comment, a bald guy, standing at about 6’7” and wearing all-black attire, opened the sliding door to our section and poked his head in to assess the scene. It was just Adam and I occupying 2 of the ...
... home for the rest of the evening and the four of us enjoyed talking with each other.
Day Nine (Sunday, August 25)
Today we went to Ada Lake. Ada Lake was created by the damming of the northern and southern tips of an island in the Sava River. With its beach-like atmosphere, it is a popular place for the city residents of Belgrade to relax and enjoy the water and sun. There ...
... deciding which street we were walking on.
After settling into the hostel we picked up a map of the city, received a few pointers, and went on our merry little way. Close to the center of town we found ourselves at the Black Turtle IV where we were told they brew their own beer. The waiter started to list off their brews and I decided on mine quickly - strawberry. It sounded just odd enough. Steve chose something simple - stout. Not bad, ...