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... the sunshine and some fresh air.
I rather like this sort of architecture, mimicking the style of the fortress itself.
There were a few pubs around but they were pretty dingy. Again, if I'd had more time I would have loved to try them out nevertheless.
We walked around in front of the fortress again but this time at river level. Unexpectedly, right in front ...
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 ...
No pics today... in fact not much to report at all after the end to my day yesterday.
I seem to have slept ok. In fact I was feeling pretty much 100% after the technicolour yawn.
I still had my Serbian practice this morning but I did call it a day after a couple of hours wanting to stop while I was ahead. I didn't want to push my luck.
Anyway, I got back to my flat at about midday, sat on the couch, woke up at midnight!
Went to bed.
... 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 ...
... we looked inside. A man standing outside smoking looked interested in us staying. It looked like the inside of a wine barrel with maps of old Yugoslavia and Tito. We couldn't refuse. With a little confusion over what we were going to be eating we 'ordered' food and he brought pivo (beer). You don't order it in this country it just arrives - but it does cost the same amount as bottled water. Our lunch was a giant platter of meat. Veal, ...