Hyatt Regency Belgrade
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... be linked to the war, a city where you can go and die. After all, it was bombarded for 4 years, longer than Leningrad in WWII--actually longer than any modern city. But nothing could be further from the truth. Though bullet holes and bombed out buildings still litter Sniper Alley, Sarajevo is a happy place. Sarajevo Roses (mortar shell explosions painted red) are slowly disappearing, but reputations are hard to live down, even for cities. Most ...
... decker tour bus within five minutes of its leaving.
The tour lasted 2 hours, and was great! We saw where an assassination took place, as well as all of the major buildings and points of interest.
After the tour, we walked about 3 blocks downtown, and stumbled onto a gorgeous garden cafe.
There was very formal restaurant inside also, but we chose to eat in the garden. It became a ...
... of the rivers. It is now a park as modern warfare has made it useless as a fortress. Basketball and tennis are big sports played by the kids in the park. The Sava river was swollen with all the summer rains on the Balkins . It was extremely dirty with everything but dead bodies floating by, We toured the Tito memorial and got a history of Yogoslavia under his brand of communism. We were taken to St Sava, the largest Eastern ...
After a while, Vuk wanted to go to the playground so we headed over that way. We got side-tracked, however, when he saw some of his friends. We stopped while he played with them for a while.
Eventually, it was time to take the children home to feed them and put them to bed so we parted ways and told Comi and Katarina that we hoped to see them in ...
... with pasta again on Saturday night and went to the old town in Belgrade.
Sunday was race day. Usually the races start at 8 a.m. This one started at 10. I knew this was going to be killer when I was already hot and sweating before the run even started..not to mention we all had to jump the gate to get in to the starting area right as the gun was going off. Yay.
The course wasn't too bad, but the sun was miserable. We finished in ...