Travel Blogs from Fruska Gora National Park
... to the border. Only to be driving down the road to a closed border crossing! Not sure what was going on but we had to turn around and find another way in. Luckily it wasn't too far back. As we had changed route we also changed destination, so we were now on our way to a town called Novi Sad. We parked at a camp site outside of town- quiet, rural, over-priced, and will head into town tomorrow.
... to our visit it had been the sight of the EXIT Festival, which is one of the biggest music festivals in Serbia. Now it was very quiet. We tried to sit in a café in hopes of a little breeze, but no luck. We walked around, be left earlier than intended. Novi Sad was also one of the towns hardest hit in the Kosovo War in 1999. All of the bridges in the city were destroyed. There were also pieces of the fortress that were taken down. ...
June 18, 2013
Beška to Stari Banovci 34 km, total 1806 km, 40 C - HOT HOT HOT!
Hotel Kondor, deluxe double, including breakfast €40
"Cock a doodle doo"
Junko and Hiro were kept awake from 4 am on by the crowing roosters. Dave and I briefly awoke at 4 am, checked out the sunrise and went back to sleep.
We have a reservation in Zemun, a suburb ...
... town-hall, the Orthodox Church and we checked out the old pharmacy, which was open despite it being Sunday. It was a fun stop but none of us wanted to call it a day this early, and we were encouraged by the manageable hills we climbed so far. They had been portrayed like monsters on our map. At least, that is how I perceived it. We watched the Donau snake through the wine country below us.
Tour de Serbia
... 25126;いの 580;面を想像 2375;た。
....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson