Hotel Le Petit Piaf
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
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... to get three hours of sleep and a much needed shower, as we had been travelling for twelve hours at this point only to be in the air for 50 minutes! The hotel was very fancy, the television greeted me by name, the showers were warm and the shampoo was free! It is now 5am, we are waiting at our gate, and still going to make it a full day in Frankfurt with a river cruise! Did I mention it is also Jas's birthday?! Happy birthday Jas!! I'll write separate posts about Montenegro and Albania ...
... at the hostel told me the reason for this is that Belgrade is such an epic party city "party hostels" or "hostel bars" wouldn't survive.
When I arrived I asked what there is to eat in Serbia. My hostel owner, a hilarious guy named Srdjan, asked if I was a vegetarian. I said I was not. He responded "Good. This is Serbia. We eat meat here. Come, let me show you your room." He took me in my room and pointed to a guy passed out in ...
Despite my parents disliking Belgrade, and visiting on the basis that it's where my Oma (grandmother) is from, I actually wasn't considering going until a day into Budapest. Many travelers I met loved it, and a 15€ train ride sealed the deal. After waking up for the tenth time, I looked at the time, 6:18am, and freaked out because the train was meant to arrive at 6:06am. I looked outside and saw run down apartment building, and was worried ...
... lunch on a docked boat, then carried on, and saw a glass elevator, and said , " wow, this will save us going up 50 steps, so a guy got off and we went in, then this guy comes with a key, mutters something to us, points to a sign, then puts the key in and send us up, I guess it was only for bikes or officials, but we played dumb and enjoyed the ride up to the street level.
Found a ...
... she has ever done in her life, and that I can easily believe. 5000 kms total, without taking a single train. She had told me about the first real mountain that they had to climb, and how it literally brought her to tears. The burn and the determination needed to take on such a challenge and not give up......blew my mind. In a way, it is the same with me, minus the physical aspect to it. I have had some times that have pushed me to ...