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TripAdvisor Reviews Bela Ladja Novi Sad
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... jetty... not for a boat but for a plane. Pretty cool.
A bit far from the shops. I wonder whether they're all holiday houses for the wealthy in Belgrade?
This photo got in because of the name of the dinghy... Le guzica - The little backside... perhaps a bit cruder but in a friendly way.
We didn't spot any people but there was this friendly dog.
Back at my new, new favourite pub for drinks and language practice.
Camelot. A bit more modern than the last place and perhaps the food isn't so old either. The also have their own beers which is always a bit plus. A lot like other beers of course... after all it is beer; how weird can they get and still have it be beer?
Notice the beers... Nothing worse than a ...
After tea I'd arranged to meet my tutor again. She said there was some protest action going on. I didn't really understand what but she said I should meet her at the mall, we'd buy some beers in the supermarket and then head off. The beers made it sound like a fun sort of protest so I said I'd turn up.
I made it to the mall ok, but once we'd picked out some beers I told Višnja I felt sick. Luckily she knew exactly where the toilet was and it ...
... umbrellas. The leaves are turning, and fall gracefully from the trees. We were enjoying a Frutti de mare pizza, when I fell back down and commented to Deb... "I'm so lost." Without missing a beat, she said sweetly "you're not lost Kristine. You're just covered up. I can see you. There was just too much minutiae around for you to see through." She adjusted her lap blanket & I filled up. There's hope after all. I was sick, and sad ...
... on flood-plane to begin with.
The dyke path into Novi Sad broadened and included a special surfaced runners lane and divided pedestrian strip.
First Impressions of Novi Sad
Dave guided us through town and parks to the delightful heart of city, with broad pedestrian shopping street, terraces buzzing with people and beautiful Library, museums and churches. Curiously though, banners ...