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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Smoking rooms available
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... of people? Nipping in for a quick pray? Perhaps.
The Danube. For such a famous river you expect something more Amazon width.
Food arrives. As usual I did most of the ordering. And as usual Neil spears the meat first. Yeah it's become a cliché... but it's not without an element of truth. I think Neil ate Maria's cevaps and I ate Stephen's mushrooms. Oh, might have been the lard hanging off the ...
... of the fish themselves. And the funny pastry things. They did decide they needed to check out the water in the Danube. At least Neil had shorts on... As did I but I did have to go shopping for clothes in stinking hot Macedonia and really handy thin fabric shorts with zippered pockets were everywhere. Neil in the Danube. And to think that this bird nearly ruined my shot. This is beach culture - ...
... on mentioning Neil as though the rest of us are all vegetarians. The bloke running the place let us sit till after midnight so we ended up trying just about every fruit brandy that he had - grape, slivovitz, apricot, elderberry, pear, quince... luckily it wasn't far home. Last year I would have been heading back somewhere towards the Danube... I would have been asking Neil for a lift. I found these blokes sitting on some ...
... hostel). This is where we met the two Toms (both from Australia, one of them lived in Texas, the other in Sydney). We talked to them briefly cause they became friends with Jake and them. After rallying up everyone, we headed to Retox, beer in hand. It was absolutely packed in there, full of young travellers like us. Since us girls were pretty sober and couldn't manage to get drinks at bar- we walked over to instant (the ...
Today would be a travel day. We plan to take an 8 hour bus ride across the border from Serbia into Bosnia en route to Sarajevo. Deb & I enjoyed hemaneska (ham and eggs) with capacino for breakfast in the hotel's outside cafe. Our bus to Sarajevo departed at 12:15pm. So we caught a taxi to the autobus station for 180 dinars (less than $2:). Our hotel manager called for us, then saw us out to the taxi. Funny, when we checked into the Fontana, the same manager escorted us to our 2 bed ...