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... again, who sent someone up to fix it. He also brought a tray of orange sodas and apples. How sweet! For lunch, we enjoyed Coke zero, Shopska salad (our new local favorite), black spaghetti with calamari and a delicious crime brûlée raspberry desert for 3300 dinars. This country is beautiful, friendly, and so affordable! We shopped a bit back at the mall our hotel is located in, then returned to the room. I hope we have more memorable days like today on this ...
We only really got one full day in Belgrade, but we still got to see some interesting things. The day we arrived, we walked to the fortress and watched the sun set over the water. In Belgrade, the Sava and Danube rivers meet right in the city. There is a huge park that looks over the water, with a fortress at the top of the hill. That night, we visited Skadarilija, a bohemian street that's filled with restaurants and ...
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... hire and roller skate hire as well as one of those gym equipmenty parks. Once we felt we'd wondered around enough we headed back to the hostel for dinner which was a special treat - sausage and chips!
As the season was only just getting underway Thomas was feeling the effects of football withdrawal. He'd researched and conveniently one of the Belgrade teams had a match during our stay. Along with 3 guys from the hostel (feeling severely outnumbered) we caught ...
... and the local museum, which had an exhibition on Serbian life from 1950 to 1999. It was extremely well done and gave a fascinating glimpse into the ordinary home life through the soviet and immediate post soviet era. It was nice and cool on my last full day in Belgrade so I took advantage and explored further afield. First up to Zemun, a neighbourhood up the Danube river, and then to Ada Ciganlija an island on the Sava river. Zemun was originally a separate town to belgrade, which ...