Hotel Admiral Club Beograd
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... Our ride culminated in a stop at a little restaurant along the river where each of us had a beer or soft drink (included in the ride). Our guides engaged with us and enjoyed sharing stories and the life and times of Belgrade with us, answering our many questions and obliging happily. We all really enjoyed this opportunity.
I had asked Rolf about refugees in Belgrade, and he said there were many of them just within a short walking distance of where our ...
... visit to Belgrade.
The first photos relate to last Saturday, when I took a visit to the Nikola Tesla museum. It was a small museum and the static displays were not very interesting, but the fun started when the English speaking tour began. After watching a short film about Tesla's life the young tour guide started to show us the different tricks involving electricity that Tesla was famous for doing in his talks on the powers and uses of electricity. ...
... which got bombed at the end of the war in 1991 by NATO. I wanted to check this out because it's hard to understand why they have left the buildings as they were. When I got to the buildings I was shocked at the state of them. You could literally see where the bomb landed and went straight through the building. I had a quick look at my map again and it noticed that directly behind stood two government buildings which overlooks the bombed buildings. I found this even more bizarre. I ...
... tried to ask the man working here, but he explained we could leave it at the train station. Thankfully, there was a young guy in our room from Montenegro who heard us trying to communicate in the lobby as the hostel employee spoke no English. He came out and translated for us. We learned that we cannot leave our luggage because the hostel owner (who is in Dubai) doesn't like it when guests do this in case something goes missing. We also ...
... only need to get off at the third stop rather than taking a confusing local bus with many stops
Zemun is very compact comprising a few city blocks. The main square had a church in western European style and more outdoor cafes and restaurants though with the bad weather it was all deserted.