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... 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 ...
Day Eight (Saturday, August 24)
At some point during the week, one of Branko's friends named Mladin had come to visit and meet Bill. Mladin is an avid motorcyclist, as is Bill. While they were visiting, Mladin invited Bill for a day of off-road motorcycle riding, which he didn't hesitate to accept, and Saturday (this day) ...
... in one hand and a sword in the other. When he was created in 1928 to commemorate their victories over the Ottomans and WWI, but people complained because of his nudity, so he was placed on the fortress.
After finishing everything on the tour we went back to the places we wanted to see more of. For dinner we went back to the Bohemian quarter in hopes of finding some little place. No such luck. Ended up having our worst meal of the ...
... too many obscure facts about Belgrade’s unfortunate events massacres and defeats and heroes which belie the seemingly upbeat positive optimism of Serbians in general. Near the end, they also include lighthearted yarns of Alfred Hitchcock in Belgrade and a famous genius professor who spurned the class room and spent most his time in Belgrade’s cafes and bars. Well it was nowhere near the quality of the tour in Budapest, it was €5 ...
... so no more views, until we broke through them and landed in cold, wet Belgrade.
Our hotel has a vista of old soviet style apartment blocks, so common in this part of the world. We took a taxi into the city centre, and dashed around from one verandah to the next, trying to avoid the rain, until a street vendor sold us an expensive umbrella. You can't knock his ...