Belgrade Art Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... to another side of the fortress and went down to its base. Here behind a gate was a cavern with lots of Roman gravestones and tombs.
This hall was used as a dance club in the 1990s. There was an altar stone which was used by the DJ as his turntable.
Down at ...
... damm steps one last time!) and headed to the train station. We had a sleeper train booked so hopefully we could grab some sleep before arriving at Budapest at around 7am.
That sums up the whirlwind 1 night stop in Belgrade. An interesting city, like many of the countries to follow they are only just starting to get going after the iron curtain slowed their progress and restricted their freedom. Belgrade is worth a look in on the way through the middle of ...
... but so was the bread and apart from ordering pork (my failure) we left feeling too full. We stumbled across La Nonna and had drinks and listened to a wonderful Serbian guy singing and playing keyboard who reminded me of Michael Telo, but Jy of John Mayer. The restaurant owner lady who was a bit slizzard announced that Australia was 'SHARKS!' and was happy and helpful. We're bummed ...
My first souvenir of the trip was stamped roughly into my passport. I thanked the lady and smiled at the grunt she received it with and nodded me through the barrier. No grumpy Hungarian was going to spoil my mood - I was going to Serbia. Somewhere Ive always had on my lengthy list of places to see, with no apparent reason for going except curiosity. Twenty yards of no mans land rolled me to the Serbian post. The man smiled, gave an enthusiastic stamp to ...
... is pretty flat and uninteresting, with a walking/bike track beside the river, and various sporting facilities around.
Once again it’s very hot, and we’re pretty exhausted again. Murray’s prepared to walk the long way back up the hill to our room, but Dianne’s looking for public transport. See an air-conditioned van which doesn’t look a likely prospect, but it has a sign on it saying it goes around the town. ...