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... lines along past some graffiti covered
old railway carriages, night shift postal workers, commercial bins, cracked
concrete, weeds. To a newly and dodgily built ‘hotel’ that didn’t open onto the
street – only on to the railway lines. On the ground floor, offices and a
medical centre with no means of entry. Upstairs, grim. Still, now exhausted,
there was ...
Today was my birthday and I've been progressively getting ill each night with the drop in temperatures. I'd been expecting it to be high teens to low 20s but its dropped to daytime highs of 13. I packed mostly t-shirts and was looking forward to a long hot shower as the previous hotel had very low water pressure.
... a bit of a feel of the old Belgrade, both of which siphon off of Republic Square (aka the Horse), the most popular meeting point in old town.
There are several palaces which still function in governmental roles and plenty of beautiful churches and temples of various denominations as well as several museums, the most popular of which is the Nikola Tesla museum...you don't know Tesla? Well, he's pretty much the reason we have ...
... made me look back at a parked car to see a huge grin lying under familiar drooped eyes. I wheeled round for a chat. The next few hours are one of the happiest memories of my trip so far. Tamara and Sava were a wonderfully friendly couple. I sat in the back of their dusty car watching the orange blaze of the sun stagger out of view whilst swigging from their huge bottle of homemade liqueur. Such great conversation went on for hours like we were old ...
... we stuffed our faces with our first taste of serbian food: platters of grilled meats with fries. We indulged in the local sausages, the national sausages, pork, beef, and chicken! Whew! Plus, Bata kept the food coming as long as we were still alive and kicking! If only we had known that this was just the beginning.... We were about to be showered in copious amounts of hospitality much of which manifested itself in the form of delectable Serbian cuisine. But, as Bata reminded us, "never ...