Crowne Plaza Belgrade
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Late start this morning with breakfast at 8am and hit the road at 9am. Headed south down the motorway towards Belgrade in Serbia passing through Kecskemet.
Stopped in the town of Szeged for one and a half hours for a look around the town and an early lunch, street markets in full swing, lucky us.
Next we crossed the …
... directions. It was a bit of a walk and we were not certain of its whereabouts, but we found it and it turned out to be a fabulous choice, with great food, a lovely patio in a park-like setting with a very friendly waiter and reasonable prices. Couldn't have been better.
On the way back we got the night shots of stunning St Savo Church. Tomorrow is an early start so we're off to bed early.
... station to take our late afternoon bus, before stopping off for food.
By this stage we were feeling very tired due to the heat and heavy bags we were carrying, but as we still had enough energy, as well as plenty of time we decided to walk, which as the dinars were running out was probably a good thing - I then positively announced that by walking, instead of taking a bus, we had enough money left to ...
... The next we knew there was a huge scrum, as more and more people moved in to fill the guy in. We stood, confused, and hoping that the scrum wouldn't come our way. Security? They stood, watching, as though nothing was happening. I almost felt as if there should be a sign somewhere : 'Verbal abuse- not tolerated. Physical abuse- go ahead.' At least the next 70 minutes of football was going to ensure the headline were still focused on the game. Partizan, who fully deserved ...
It was a long day but the first day often is. We'd bought the train tickets well in advance and we were supposed to have a long but eventless journey via Budapest and Belgrade to Podgorica, Montenegro. We had lots of luggage: two large panniers and a smaller bag plus the two bikes. I had spent most of the previous day taking them apart and wrapping them in cardboard because we were warned at the ...