BEST WESTERN Hotel Sumadija
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... and the buses approaching.
The shopping centre was a place to dry out and warm up. Nothing exciting. So rather than walk back i jump on a tram. Have no idea how to pay, so i do some fare evading.
Still no sunshine, but on the bright side its stopped raining. This makes it a lot easier to see the city and to take pictures. So off we go to see all the main attractions including the Fort, National Bank, Cathedrals etc. Even ...
... 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 ...
... mostly blue. After going through Immigration, we were officially in our 50th country -- a major milestone! We took a taxi into the city and were shown to the apartment we'd rented in the old town - thanks once again to the creators of Airbnb. Because of the early flight and the hour time difference, once we'd arrived it was still before 9am, which meant we had the whole day in front of us yet. Konrad had been sick all week with such a high fever that he ...
Also at Mount Avala, we saw the Avala Tower. The Avala Tower is a telecommunications tower that was erected in the mid-1960s. The original tower also included a restaurant and observation deck from which one could see a panoramic view of Belgrade, making it one of Belgrade's biggest tourist attractions. The tower was destroyed during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999 but has since ...
... to us until he said, "Okay 600!" Yep cool let's go. It came to 700din, so just under 7euros. Helen and Alexi walked back from Republic Square, and I walked Monique back to her hostel. Once Monique was back safely, got back to my hostel with no issues. Except for my key not working on the door of the hostel, so I had to run back down, hit the buzzer and wake Srdjan up. I apologize to the neighbor who's buzzer I accidentally hit and woke up at 3:30am.