Hotel Slavija III
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... place that she recommended and that was in the mid-afternoon for a coffee... but it gives an insight into how people see Belgrade and what it is famous for.
Our late bus FINALLY rolled into Belgrade around 10.30pm, much later than the 7pm we had been told by the company. Because we didn't have any credit to be able to text our host and let him know we were going to be late we were a bit nervous showing up. We eventually got to the house and he buzzed us in only to tell ...
... bunkers and a old museum complete with sarcophagus that used to double as a nightclub in the past. Concluding in an underground wine cellar, for the local beverage of red wine mixed with cola. The final destination of the night was Belgrade's escape room, which was thoroughly enjoyable. Only allowing 60mins to break out, Rose and I got within one clue of completing our escape, eluded by a single clue hidden behind a picture ...
... but also on the walls, windows and gates in the form of graffiti. In fact, each stadium became an art gallery and mural to each team as their supporters sprayed their artwork all over the place. There was some amazing and very talented work amongst all the "f**k off Partizan" or “f**k off Red Star” tags that could be seen almost everywhere and when we entered the stadiums the slogans just got worse. These stadiums may have looked good back in the ...
... with a phone camera, so they are not of the best quality. Zoran told us an interesting story about a time that this place in the river was full of Soviet warships threatening to strike because Yugoslavia's leader, Tito, refused to join the Soviet bloc. Zoran talked about the tension in the city and the uncertainty of what was going to happen. Tito did not back down, and eventually the ships left ...
... the guidos of Europe (This is stereotyping a bit... I later met really cool Serbians). So the club we went to no one actually danced they just sat there at their VIP tables with their girls and looked at other people. Not my scene at all. There is actually a neighborhood in Belgrade where everything costs 40% more and the only reason people go is because it is more expensive. They also park their cars in the middle of the street to show off.