Hyatt Regency Belgrade
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... back in England I am going to spend a lot of time looking for those keys, life is so much simpler when you can just leave then in the ignition
Back in Belgrade and feeling slightly more human (one shouldn't expect too much of oneself ) we were ready to go exploring. We wandered up, there are a lot of ups in Belgrade, to the tourist office for inspiration. For a capital city it appears that Belgrade is a little short ...
... its the waiting game. The flight leaves at 4pm and arrives at 4.15pm. Its a one hour flight to Belgrade. At 4.30pm in Belgrade its very dark. I take the airport to city bus and then walk 10 minutes to my accommodation. Its in a old building overlooking a beautiful square and Parliament House. very nice view.
The apartment is huge, old but has lots of character.
Slept reasonable well considering all the new different noises ...
Hedonist - A person who searches for fun and pleasure despite tremendous effort it may take, believing that happiness is the most important thing in life.
We had organised a door-to-door mini bus trip from Sarajevo to Belgrade and this was pretty much the same price as this bus, quicker and a lot more comfortable. We were told we'd be picked up between 6.30 and 7.30 so set our alarms accordingly. At 5.50 we were abruptly awoken by the hostel owner - the minibus ...
... But like a mythical Phoenix, Belgrade, which refuses to vanish, has been reborn and rebuilt from its ashes so many times, earning it the nickname, "the eternal city." After the most recent war in 1990s where so much of the city was either bombed or shot up (and still today, is not rebuilt or repaired today due to lack of funding), the city saw the birth of a gorilla-style street ...
... he was a jazz musician. Zoran did a really good job of picking friends that he knew had common interests with us. Bill and I both love music so he introduced us to a musician who also happened to have a vast knowledge of America and the American way of life. As a matter of fact, he holds an American passport in addition to his Serbian one. At any rate, we spent a very pleasant afternoon at ...