Hotel Admiral Club Beograd
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... Even though we were only four, the amount of food could have served a dozen!
After lunch, we walked around Jagodina. Bonnie explained to us that it is customary for children to continue living with their parents after they marry. To allow this to happen with privacy for the new couple or family, an additional level is built onto the family home. Most families in Serbia only have 1 or 2 children so we could tell how many ...
... after which time I would expect people in the hostel to be getting up so I wouldn't feel so bad about not letting the receptionist sleep.
Once again, the first bank I tried didn't like my ATM card or wasn't dispensing cash at that hour. Found another one just down the street that worked though, so I used it instead. I was a bit unsure of the exchange rate, but I think I remembered reading it was about 100 dinar for a bus ...
... closed up tight. There were a handful of places that had one table of people still occupied, and we did see one wedding party gettin' jiggy wit' it, but apart from that, things were pretty quiet -- and that was on a Saturday night in the summer. Perhaps we were in the wrong part of town, but I would think if anywhere had lots going on, it would be Knez Mihajlova, which is where we were.
Belgrade was decidedly pleasant and relaxing. Both Konrad and ...
... needed a pint with lunch, and then it started raining, so no tour. But, as we were at a pub, and it was raining, we decided to wait it out. The next morning, feeling refreshed, I continued on to Italy. Normally when I travel I enjoy trying to pick up some of the local language. But after a few months of constantly moving between countries and languages, the motivation starts going out the window. As soon as you start picking up a few words, you're off ...
This sculpture is a monument standing at the site of the former Jewish Quarter, which was destroyed during the reconstruction of the city after WWII. This monument was placed to memorialize this important part of the city's past.
As we were walking back ...