Hotel Slavija III
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(Juan Borrelli) The city of Belgrade is over 7,000 years old, over 2 million people, and carries as locals say, "more history than it can bear." Belgrade is much older than most European capitals - it is literally a gateway between the East and West built at the confluences of the Sava and Danube Rivers. It has also been the zero point for countless wars that have either started or ...
... is one of the most charming things about it, in my opinion.) The others will take some elaboration. The arch below is the entrance to a dwelling that, during WWI, was occupied by a visiting King. Zoran didn't know which one so, consequently, neither do I. And we could not go in so the entranceway was all I got. It's a nice entranceway, though, don't you think? The long unadorned building to ...
....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson
... to Serbia.
After a kip and a shower, took a walking tour round the city, must say it didn't seem the prettiest city I've ever seen. A few gypsy kids came begging near the end as well, they asked for money, and when everyone said no, they bombed the group with bits of fruit from the tree, so we had to move a bit further up, charming! Met a swiss lad (Matthias) from my hostel on the tour so went for some kind of kebab thing (cevapi) with ...
... had was because when the waiter asked what I wanted I just randomly pointed believing I would enjoy the upcoming surprise. It was huge! It was half moon shaped and similar to a very large pizza pocket. The oven baked pizza dough was stuffed with minced chicken and melted cheese. The pocket was smothered with sour cream and it was absolutely delicious. Everyone one of us were really impressed when we found out what I had ordered and everyone had to have a taste. ...