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... the malls in the newer part of town. I suppose with all the pubs and cafés they get a bit of foot traffic.
Here we go, a few more snaps of the heaps of spots to sit in the middle of town.
Strangely enough I didn't really sit down at any of these outside areas much. Perhaps once?
But they look great, and inviting. I suppose they're more conducive to larger groups. Or I ...
... had the chance to wander around a bit and marvel at the nice set up in the centre of town. Perhaps Hobart should bite the bullet too and create some more pedestrian areas; instead of caving in to the complaints of a few shop-keepers. People will still shop even if they can't park outside the door.
Today also happened to be the day of the Novi Sad marathon. I would have been kicking myself if there were a ten km run as well but ...
... they said they wouldn't have a beer but we chatted so long in the square we could easily have used that time for a beer. This is just a tiny amount of the outside café seating available. Pretty impressive. There must be hundreds of seats. Quite a few people about but it is Saturday night. Certainly a different feel from Hobart. Again the weather would play a big part. Even when we do have some ...
... hotel is under construction 100 meters away. We are within easy reach of Belgrade so it seems these hotels are being built for Belgradians looking for an easy weekend getaway.
We splurged on "the lux" rooms which have a huge breezy balcony opening up to the Donau. The owner told us that the river had receded from its highest level 2 days ago, thanks to the hot temperatures, near ...
... to only the cars? The trucks are the worst because they are too wide to leave much space if there is on-coming traffic. Was traffic diverted because of the Tour de Serbia? Was it just because it was Sunday? We didn't know and just counted our blessings.
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