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- Airport Transportation
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... No Smoking section, which is pathetically, a table or two next to the smoking section.
And we thought it was lame that the hostel hosts were having their own party and that there was no real room for the other guests in the hostel to hang out. There was a group from Slovenia and another group from Hungary. There were 2 toilets for 22 hostel guests and the 3 - 10 party Serbs.
So the bad lodging and the cold, icy weather put ...
It's one of the most thrilling things possible - racing through the mountains at breakneck speed rally-style, practically drifting through blind curves, in the ultimate white knuckle ride. But you normally expect to do that on a closed course - it's not supposed to happen in a huge 12-passenger van through the mountain roads of Bosnia and Serbia!!! Opting for comfort over conventional public transport, we decided not to go from Sarajevo to Belgrade today by train or ...
So today we are hoping to get on the 9:50am train to Belgrade. As always we reluctantly get out of bed and pack up our bags. Asked the girl at reception where the closest bus stop is to get the bus to the train station, walk where she told us to go and waited and waited.. Time was getting on, all the other buses had been past two or three times already. We realised we should have just walked.. Both couldn't be bothered moving too far, ...
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... town squares 270 SD. We found a bus stop and were back at the hotel by 1215. Up for a quick loo break.
Out for a good walk thereafter. There was a more pronounced police presence re the gay day happenings. Most of the kids here have English on their T-shirts.
Everything in this country seems under reconstruction or renovation. Walked to the St Sava Temple. Only a small area was accessible for tourists with several handfuls of items to see. We headed back ...