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... side of the river. No doubt something to do with the cathedral and the municipal building.
This side looks quaint but I suspect lower down there's a different feel to it. Perhaps everything was just too old to turn into an entertainment centre. Or just too far away from the cathedral as per my original theory.
Walking into the old town from the other side we came across these old ...
... way passed everyone to deliver the orders.
They look fired up but
Certainly an interesting evening. Visnja's friend was rather the worse for wear after we left the pub. Like a true friend Visnja held her handbag while her friend threw up.
After feeling so bad a couple of days ago I didn't expect anything like this a couple of days later.
... music. I was rather impressed by the band and ordered another beer and I decided to try some of the various Serbian style spirits on the menu - grape, plum and apricot.
Lovely relaxed atmosphere inside. At one stage the waitress playfully got the waiter to dance what I presumed was some folk dance with her. I presume it was a folk dance as it was most likely Serbian folk music that the musos were playing.
... at the address we have given the Bikeline people for delivery of Book #5, the hot off the press guide for the Belgrade to Black Sea segment of our journey. We expect the book no sooner than the 19th and will split the distance to Zemun in half and stay at Stari Banovci today.
After we said our good-byes, we were off shortly before 9 am. Passing a patchwork of crops on ...
... ready to continue. 500 meters further, we turned off the main highway and followed a low traffic, narrow paved road, mostly down then hilly, past peach, apricots and cherry orchards. We stopped at another irresistible fruit stand and bought delicious apricots and sweet bright yellow cherries.
Signs along the roads pointed to the different local wineries. It was tempting but we needed all our wits about us.