Hotel Panorama Garni
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Travel Blogs from Novi Sad
... Liberty Square) or the surrounding
pedestrian streets. The weather was such that I tried to spend more time in
Novi Sad’s multiple museums. One of those, The Vojvodina Regional Museum,
turned out to be really quite good with a comprehensive history of the region
on the Pannonian Plain from pre-history through the 19th century,
including many folk costumes of the region’s ethnic groups, exhibits on country
... way passed everyone to deliver the orders.
They look fired up but
Certainly an interesting evening. Visnja's friend was rather the worse for wear after we left the pub. Like a true friend Visnja held her handbag while her friend threw up.
After feeling so bad a couple of days ago I didn't expect anything like this a couple of days later.
... the time we reached the hotel,....this ole' gal was 'whipped'. I crawled up on my little twin bed, and drifted into slumberland. After a much needed nap,....we got freshened up,...and walked downstairs to dinner.
The garden area was soooo pretty with all of the palm trees, and fountain, and candles set about everywhere. There was a gentle breeze blowing, and we couldn't have 'requested' better weather. There was a man playing the ...
... an orc******* the left and when we got closer noticed many cars parked and heard music. It turned out to be an amazingly cozy garden restaurant, tables with checkered tablecloths under shade trees, a wonderful atmosphere. With so many people here, we didn't expect there to be a room free. But ‘Yes’ the waiter said, with huge smile, ‘we have rooms.’ We were thrilled, and even more so when we were shown to our ...
... on flood-plane to begin with.
The dyke path into Novi Sad broadened and included a special surfaced runners lane and divided pedestrian strip.
First Impressions of Novi Sad
Dave guided us through town and parks to the delightful heart of city, with broad pedestrian shopping street, terraces buzzing with people and beautiful Library, museums and churches. Curiously though, banners ...