Hotel Townhouse 27
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... Belgrade nightlife. Instead we return to our air conditioned room and watched more rubbish dubbed TV. Given the heat the air conditioning was struggling but we managed to sleep reasonably well. Breakfast, but not the coffee, was good and we decided to head off to look for the Bohemian quarter shown on the map. We stopped off along the way in search of good coffee but failed miserably. Now the Bohemian Quarter is not very ...
... and the buses approaching.
The shopping centre was a place to dry out and warm up. Nothing exciting. So rather than walk back i jump on a tram. Have no idea how to pay, so i do some fare evading.
Still no sunshine, but on the bright side its stopped raining. This makes it a lot easier to see the city and to take pictures. So off we go to see all the main attractions including the Fort, National Bank, Cathedrals etc. Even ...
... 100 years ago was also a great rival (the Austrians holding Zemun, the Turks holding belgrade). Now it is a suburb of Belgrade, but still feels completely different and apparently even today they retain a separate identity and do not identify themselves as being from Belgrade. I caught the bus there and then walked the 5 Km's back to belgrade following the Danube, which was really special. After arriving back in belgrade I got on another bus to Ada, where I had a great late lunch ...
Today, we had another border crossing into Serbia (part the former Yugoslavia). Serbia is one of Europe's most affordable destinations. Or in other words, everything is cheap, cheap, cheap!! I spent $15 the entire day for meals and a taxi back to our hostel! Say what??? Please remind me why we're only spending one day here!
Today was our third drive day in a row and let's just say that most of us are feeling very, very, very ...
A few streets over from the National Assembly was St Marks Church. It was very ornate inside with gold leafed artwork. It also housed the tomb of a medieval king that had rebelled from his father and created a kingdom in southern Yugoslavia.