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... it is heated so that in the winter, the ice doesn't build up and people don't hurt themselves. However, there is one sight that topped this.
Hidden away in an unassuming Osijek wall is my favorite sight, their "Monument to Human Stupidity." It is not marked, so you just have to know where to look. The story is that the engineers who built the fort situated it far enough from the town so that they couldn't accidentally hit anything in ...
Today we got up early... 5:45am. Lala went to Fishermans Bastion to get good pictures, then we went to the markets before our 9am departure. After 3-4 hours, we arrived in Osejik! Very cute but unpictureque town. Guest house is very cute where we are staying. Dinner was very filling and big! It cost about $7. Osejik was hit by the war in 1991. Our tour leader use to play with bullets when he was ...
... who Sarah and I met briefly in out hotel in Bratislava. He is the only cyclist I have seen for a while, so would have welcomed a chat, but he disappeared and I am yet to track him down.
Booked dorm beds over the next two nights in Novi Sad and Belgrade, then it will be onto a town on the border with Romania. Quite nice and relaxing to have 2 nights without wondering where I will be staying. Once I get to Romania it will be no hotels or campsites for 7-10 ...
... jams & nut/chocolate butter and Serbian rolls. The coffee was either espresso, Serbian coffee, which we call cowboy coffee in the USA, or Ness Cafe. I had to give the Serbian coffee a try, but I’ll pass next time.
We stayed downstairs in the cozy pizza parlor and did some planning. We have a hotel reservation in Belgrade on the 19th. So we checked out where there are accommodations along the route and tried ...
... girls about Nathalie being the new Catherine re walking into others' pictures.
To the town of Karacan for a shot of pear brandy [fairly rough]. The guide for the 'Street of Forgotten Times' was awol so the waiter passed on a few remarks.
Into a small cabin for the wine tasting. Pork fat deep fried and onions plus cottage cheese were supplied as we tasted 2 whites and 2 reds. Some had a preference for the first ...