Best Western Hotel M
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... complained about not going to Belgrade and that he has to pay more money to finish off the journey. I could tell the lady behind the glass wasn't impressed, but didn't have a leg to stand on because we were in the right. Eventually she refunds all four of us with the difference which wasn't a lot but could get a bus to the city centre. As we were walking away from the train station there were rows and rows of taxis all asking to take us. The man who helped me just asked someone where ...
... and the town we were just outside of, Tekije, had been evacuated by boat. We heard and saw the choppers last night out the windows of the B & B going to help another nearby town (Kladovo) that had all supplies cut. So, today when we were told the bus was running to Belgrade we were happy to get on it.
The bus ride was really slow going at the beginning since the roads were still blocked (trees, mud, rocks that had fallen ...
... any good budget traveller would do - walked between restaurants until we found one with unlocked wifi! We quickly google mapped the address and eventually after an hour we arrived! It later transpired that the bus we'd taken had gone rogue and left it's course!
On checking in at the hostel the owner immediately tried to persuade us to part with more money, offering us a private room and private tours of Novi Sad. This was the first time this trip where I've ...
... Ottoman Turks. There were a few other neighbouring conquerers but I thought I'd just throw in the ones from afar. On one of the hills are bunkers left over from the first and second world wars. At the most scenic part of the park there is a statue called "Victory Monument" raised to commemorate a WW1 victory. Basically a naked man on a pedestal that is placed so close to the edge you can only get a view of his back side. Apparently that makes ...
... would be more of the post war socialist era. However, they said there were no exhibits except for some childrens art. Don't these people care about their history as I am yet to see a history museum in Belgrade
To the rear was the House of Flowers which is Tito's mausoleum. Entrance was 200D ($2.50). You first go thru a ...