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... why sausages? I think I must be on a quest for the best sausage. Or a really good one anyway.
As we headed off to check out the houses by the river which we'd seen from up top we passed a few fisherman. I doubt whether they'll be throwing anything back.
And yes, the houses by the river were pretty impressive.
The photos don't really do them justice.
Back at my new, new favourite pub for drinks and language practice.
Camelot. A bit more modern than the last place and perhaps the food isn't so old either. The also have their own beers which is always a bit plus. A lot like other beers of course... after all it is beer; how weird can they get and still have it be beer?
Notice the beers... Nothing worse than a ...
... the fridge for me. I hadn't eaten or drunk anything since tea on Tuesday so I was looking forward to a beer. Some eagle-eyed readers might recognise it as a Lav. My nice balcony. When the awning is fully up there is a nice view of the fortress directly opposite across the Danube. There were plenty of places to eat downstairs but I went for a wander looking for something more ...
... been rebuilt since then.
Lunch was a saving grace - SALADS! A rare occurrence, so we found. Memorable considering it included two things that are very difficult to get at home in Turkey - Ceaser dressing and bacon! Content for the rest of the day.
Our trip to Fruška Gora almost didn't happen. We both shot straight up at 4:30am with a loud crack. Rain??? It rains in the summer!?!? Forgot about that phenomenon. We ...
... radiant heating and floor mosaics were uncovered. The later discovery of the Roman circus immediately adjacent to the palace provided conclusive evidence to identify the structure as an imperial palace. The palace-circus architectural complex is one of the most important archaeological discoveries in Sremska Mitrovica. It was built at the end of the third or beginning of the fourth century in the southeast, elite section of the city, along the Sava ...