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How pleasant! The usual busker on the corner had company.
Their hotel. It turns out that the locals call it the radiator. Quite apt.
Today was our day trip to Sremski Karlovci. Basically everyone that comes to Novi Sad, at some time or other is told to check out Sremski Karlovci.
But while waiting for our taxi a woman down the street started shaking then she just slumped to the ground. ...
... s first life he studied psychology, first at the University of Sarajevo, then Denmark, and finally at Columbia University in New York. He returned to Yugoslavia and worked at Kosevo Hospital in Sarajevo. Not only did he have a bright future, but, as you undoubtedly noticed in his photo, he owned an incredible head of hair and an impeccable hairline. I'm not jealous. (Ok, of course I am, but do you really want to admit being jealous of someone convicted ...
... he speaks impeccable English with a bit of an Australian accent after having spent a few months in Perth. The young bloke on the left is a bit of a superstar as he won some competition a few years ago to find Britain's best young linguist. He gave a presentation in Berlin a few months ago and that Cambridge or Oxford training paid off as it was pretty polished. Now he's moved to Budapest to polish his Hungarian. But he's slumming it ...
It is a long corridor of arches and alcoves which were filled with all kinds of period furniture, display cabinets, pianos, portraits, and many other antique items. The ground floor hall was closed but had more archeological stuff.
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....1) The Danube Cycle Way; Donaueschingen to Budapest by John Higginson
... 2) Bikeline Maps & Guides; Donau-Radweg 4, (5 books in the series)