Hotel Villa Kalemegdan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... the options - all kinds of cuisines are available, and at a number of price ranges. But as always, you need to take all the rankings and reviews with a grain of salt - many reviews are surely fake, and in the end, you're still trusting the opinion of complete strangers.
So what to do? The choice was a difficult one, but we finally ended up making a decision that we had already made on our first night in Belgrade - back to Homa it was! It still wasn't ...
... Got ourselves a table and ordered some wine. Chatted for sometime, talking about some other ideas where we could go for the remainder of our trip before heading to Turkey in a few weeks. We had even come prepared with a pen and paper as we can never remember places people tell us. While we were sitting there drinking a little gypsy girl walked by the man at the table next to us who was near the walking area and tried to sell him some roses. She told him to ask us too. She ...
... cash to buy food now so got a bag of chips for 60D (.70 cents)
I went down the pedestrianized street Knez Mihailova and found the tourist info office. They gave me maps of Belgrade and ideas of what to do over the three days. I didn't want to ...
The first car we got, was our first truck from Sofia to the boarder of Serbia! The driver wasnt speaking anything but couple words in Russian, so when we stopped, he couldnt explain to us that we reached the queue to the boarder. So we stayed there for around three hours until we realised it isnt a car crash or anything, so we just got out and walked through the boarder until we hitchiked another guy who drove us to Belgrade! On the way we found out that Karolina ...