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... to fit in a couple extra activities. We visited St. Marco's church, and found a bee and honey fair, where we got some amazing dessert that was fried dough with cinnamon and sugar (not unlike a beaver tail). After some difficulty we made it to the Tesola museum where we saw a bunch of his inventions, including a demonstration of wireless electricity!! And also a font that was invented based on his handwriting. Extremely ...
... took it easy and surfaced in the early evening to explore the old town and also St. Sava. It is the largest Orthodox church in the world. The pedestrian streets in the old town were atmospheric and we enjoyed exploring.
That night we went on a pub crawl that met in the main square at 9pm, and no we are not too old to go on pub crawls. We had a great time exploring all the different types of bars in Belgrade, which won the best place to party in Europe award in 2013. We ...
... and unless you were on the guest list you weren't getting in! Luckily we were and had a reserved table. The boat was an odd mix of bar and club with loud music so you couldn't really chat but no proper dance floor. They did have a big stage we was positioned above the main bar where professional dancers performed for the evening.
The next day we caught the local bus to the lake which is often referred to as a beach. The edge of the lake is made up of pebbles and ...
... an angry Italian who's bed it actually was. It took some more time to sort it all out and by morning I was exhausted before I had even started, however, this was nothing some strong Turkish coffee couldn't fix. It was ridiculously hot and so I took it fairly easy, but still managed to walk extensively around old belgrade. Belgrade actually means 'white fortress' and the fortress in question is on the junction of the Danube and Sava rivers in the middle of the old city. Traditionally ...
... up on the blog, emails, etc. A few people mentioned they were about to go crazy with nothing to do. I've included a photo of the view from our stateroom. The cabin was basically under the water and the window at river level. We passed a couple of interesting sights along the river; the only medieval Castle on this part of the river and a 40-meter tall statue of the ...