Hotel Townhouse 27
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... headed out to go to one of the infamous boat clubs on the river which was so busy you could barely move, but so so good. And cheap as. The night entailed the following activities: - Dancing - Shot drinking - Pole climbing - Money throwing ("It's only money guys... Who gives a ****!!!") - LOTS of group hugging - Selfie taking - Andddd even some crying from one or two.. (Don't ask, because none of us really know) Needless to say, we ...
... give it at all the proper treatment of all the things it has to offer, and I've already been to Austria.
Now either back to sightseeing or back to sleep. The receptionist said it would only take 2-3 hours to see everything, which I'm pretty sure is a lie, but I'm extremely tired for some reason, and I think a little more sleep might be good for my injuries. But I could also go see the city, since I'm only here once (that I know of)!
... to check the hours). We eventually stumbled on a giant, gorgeous, grocery-filled Mercator where we located not only loads of tofu, but also seitan and tempeh. With the shopping a success, we went back to Knez Mihajlova to relax and enjoy the rest of the afternoon sipping coctails and prosecco and eating our only meal of the day (or so we thought!).
Around 5:45, we jogged back to the flat to quickly pack, then checked out and took a taxi ...
... them. This one was way off the beaten path.
We entered the restaurant and walked straight through to be seated by the river. We then spent a lovely couple of hours eating two different kinds of fish soup, a platter with a variety of fish, and a fruit desert tart. We all ate until we were stuffed.
... way through mostly upscale neighborhoods. And after several small climbs, Dave took us off route onto a shortcut up and through cemetery which landed us on highest point of Gardosh, a charming old neighborhood in Zemun. In front of us stood the fairytale "Sibinjanin Janko" (or Millennium Tower) - height of 36m, open in 1896. We parked our bikes checked out the incredible view of Belgrade and the ...