Design Hotel Mr. President
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... no-one waiting and I breezed through on to the plane. Only 8 business class seats with only 2 passengers, which is fine. The rest of the plane was perhaps half full. It's a good start. The seats are also nice. None of the BA approach with economy class seats, these are a cut above for business class. Much better. Another good start was a glass of champagne before we left. I thought I would have 20 ...
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January 2, 2015
We went north to Serbia on a relative whim. We originally planned on skipping it to stay in warmer weather, but with New Year's approaching, we thought we'd give it a shot. The guidebook said ...
I slept like a rock last night. I fell asleep while Deb was talking with me at 10pm and woke at 9am. When I woke, Deb was in the bed next to me with earplugs in, upside down (to increase the distance between us). Apparently, I snored loudly last night. Deb said she tried to shake my arm to tell me roll over and I yelled "What!?!" Sorry, Deb. Bright eyed and bushy tailed, I went to the front desk to sign up for a tour of Belgrade. There was an 11am or 1pm bus tour for 500 ...
... place for over an hour - but no matter, as we would simply do it ourselves.
Unfortunately, it turned out that all the explanations were in Serbian, as was the movie, and that the museum was pretty much a complete bust without a tour, to explain and demonstrate Tesla's super-cool inventions. Of course, we could have easily waited for the next tour, but decided not to - how could we let something like a museum get in the way of our lunch? The mere ...
... on one side of the floor and the rest of the building was closed. I was hoping to see something about the various people here thru the centuries, (Romans, Illyrians, Slavs, Hungarians, Austrians, Turkish, Socialists) but there was nothing. In Sarajevo they had lots of museums where I saw all of this so I expected it here ...