Hotel Townhouse 27
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... taking a night bus. I haven't had to take one of those yet in Europe, so I suppose I was due. I lucked out because a rather large, smelly woman sat down next to me and then decided to move before the bus left. I guess I smelled worse than her! Then a girl sat down next to me, but she moved after a few stops so that she could sit with her boyfriend. That meant that I had two seats all to myself which makes sleeping a bit more ...
... here, which translates to Meditation Point. We took the bus and got off downtown and started the walk to the fortress, seeing various parks, churches, and parliament buildings on the way, with Boba diligently explaining every building and its history. In Kalemegdan we visited the army museum, which is in a beautiful old building, and documents the bloody history with great displays of ...
... a chalk board outside with three set menus. We ordered a Menu 1 and a Menu 2. The price was 390 dinars or $4.10 US. He brought out a 'salata' of shredded cabbage, a bowl of soup for me and a bread basket and James looks at me and says, "I think we're going to need more food," not realizing there was more on the way. After three days in New York City, some coleslaw and broth is about what you get for 4 bucks each. The whole reason we are on this trip is because we were ...
... again, next time for water. All of the surrounding countries are extremely short of water but they have plenty of good water here which is like liquid gold. He said that wars are not started by the people, only governments. As on our other tour we heard a lot about Tito who they all treat and talk about as a god. They literally worship him. He was a catholic, then a communist, then a freemason. Then we went on ...
... Postanowiliśmy więc, że pojedziemy przez Serbię. Nie wiem, czy był to dobry wybˇr, nie byłem jak dotąd w Rumunii, jednak nie żałuję decyzji - Belgrad robi wrażenie, jest wielki, a cały kraj nie tak straszny, jak go malują, lecz całkiem przyjazny. Do tego pogoda zdaje się zmieniać na lepsze, deszczu jest coraz mniej, a powietrze cieplejsze.
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed