Hyatt Regency Belgrade
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... very similar to Port.
Tito and his wife had lived here during their "reign" and on his death,she moved into a house axross the road and was either uder house arrest or suffered from agrophobia or somehting the guide couldn't express. Shedidn't leave the building for over 30 years and only left after her death ... I assume. The only evidinece that Titio and ...
... our new tour guides and translators, taking us past the Moskva hotel, taking us to the Restaurant "?" Restaurant, the oldest in Belgrade, navigating the menu for Cevapcici, a Turkish inspired kebab with potato and onion.
Belgradehas quite an artsy vibe, graffiti art decorates many walls and doors and Mikser House is a very trendy Balkan design shop with media lab, canteen and bar.
Anna took us on past the buildings left from the NATO bombings in 1999. Really surreal ...
... br> Aside from rain the entire four days Belgrade wasn't quite what I expected. Its not like Bosnia and Croatia and doesn't seem as laid back. The buildings are all black and seemed like Budapest 15 years ago
In fairness they were under sanctions for most of the 90s and they were bombed by Nato at the end of that so that may explain why ...
... 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 ...
... wanted to call out, "Sorry, we're from Canada!".
We stopped at a cafe for Blair's morning coffee. Coffee is a big deal there so I wanted to fit in and ordered a hot chocolate. Even though the waiter was extremely friendly, he didn't speak English very well, so I ended up with a hot chocolate pudding. Very tasty. Luke had told us that people will sit in cafes for hours on end, smoking and chatting. He had a hard time getting used ...