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Travel Blogs from Belgrade
Day Eight (Saturday, August 24)
At some point during the week, one of Branko's friends named Mladin had come to visit and meet Bill. Mladin is an avid motorcyclist, as is Bill. While they were visiting, Mladin invited Bill for a day of off-road motorcycle riding, which he didn't hesitate to accept, and Saturday (this day) ...
... have turned around when we heard I Just Called to Say I Love You playing on traditional Serbian instruments. Oh well, it was food.
Before leaving Belgrade we stopped off at the supermarket to do one of our new favourite activities - look for local snack food to throw into the backpacks. Here we found mojito chocolate pasties and digestive biscuits. Then we bought toothpaste with fluoride. Not bad for our first stop. Off to the train ...
... one tower left and the rest of the area is just a big park, however, inside the walls is their Military Museum.
The museum had a good history of how Belgrade came to be through the centuries and had one interesting room dedicated to the NATO aggression in 1999. Interesting because there seemed no to be no information on why the city was bombed. And i’m not sure if any American tourists would like this place as they have on show a uniform of a captured solider and, ...
So I've got epilepsy and I'm travelling by myself. Now of course if you picture yourself as a family member or close friend of mine you could see how they would be worried sick. But of all the seizures I've had in public no one has ever stolen from me. In fact my biggest issue before now has been too many people caring. Well I believe in the integral good of every human being. And my thought process was ...
... our train...
We made our way to the platforms and the train was of similar fashion as the one I had taken from Mostar a couple days earlier - nothing modern or fancy about it, but more than capable of transporting us between Balkan capitals. We shared a compartment with an English couple and discussed why the journey to the Serbian capital would take as long as scheduled. The reason was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility