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A few weeks ago, I emailed a friend from Toronto to ask whether we should visit Serbia. I was introduced to Marko by a mutual friend, Conor, a few years back. Even though I hadn't seen Marko in at least three years, I have a ton of respect for him and always enjoyed spending time with him. I emailed him about Serbia because I knew he was born there and had spent considerable time in Serbia over the last couple years. When he replied to my ...
... br> I got to Hostel M at 2am and checked into my single room. There was an old man at reception, and by that I mean "sleeping on the couch in the lobby". He spoke no english whatsoever, so that made it difficult to get the checkin done. And I really just want to go to bed. Since I only have one full day in Belgrade, I’m going to go on a walking tour of the city. Hopefully that will show me enough that I don’t feel like this ride was a waste of ...
... through the park, enjoying the photo exhibits on display and browsing the stalls lining the footpaths before exiting and walking south. We continued down the lovely pedestrian Istiklal-type street, stopping here and there to take a closer look at the local merchandise. It was then lunchtime, so we walked down Knez Mihajlova to find a restaurant. A little searching paid off, and we had a magnificent lunch at Vapiano, an Italian place with delicious ...
After Greece I made my way to Serbia. Being in the middle of the Balkans and Eastern Europe, it seemed like a good base to get to the Ukraine from. I would be proven wrong. Belgrade is definitely a party city. After several (or more) days of, shall we say, nocturnal social interaction I just wanted to relax for a night. The man working at the hostel was very confused when I said I didn't want to go out and kept talking about how great the nightlife in Belgrade ...
Overlooking the fort is the statue of Victory, which symbolizes the city's ability to rise victorious no matter what kind of destruction it has endured.
Today, the fort is also a museum, which is why there are tanks and other types of armaments on display that would have not been found when the fort ...