14204 Divcibare, Valjevo, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by tompsblogs on Jan 25, 2008

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... control. For a moment, as the imposingly-dressed Serbian border guard leafed suspiciously through my passport, I thought he was going to take issue with all my Arab visas. But, with a warm smile, he said simply "Welcome to Serbia", before disappearing to the next compartment. By the time the train arrived in Belgrade that morning, I had managed no more than a couple of hours sleep. Yet, the romance of the sleeper carriage would just about ...

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by claude_and_iain on Dec 29, 2007

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A return to Belgrade was something I was looking forward to. I really enjoyed our first visit and was keen to see the city again, this time under a blanket of snow. I wasn't disappointed. It snowed non-stop during our stay. A delicate, powdery soft snow that rapidly submerged the city under a sea of white accompanied by a bitterly cold temperature. Imagine turning up to a city with no accommodation booked during the hectic New Years Eve period? You'd have to be ...

Istanbul - Sofia - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by caprile on Dec 12, 2007

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Itinerary : Istanbul - Sofia - Belgrade Dates : 10th December to 12th of December 2007 Mileage in eastern Europe : 700 km Mileage so far : 21650 km. In the afternoon, after the BMW stop, we headed for the border where we would cross into Bulgaria and stay a night in Sofia. No need to explain the hassle to get out of Turkey as you are well aware by now...On the other hand, the Bulgarian side was quick and easy...Great feeling to ...

A day trip to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 06, 2007

The primary goal for today was to get from Istanbul to Sarajevo. There are no cheap direct flights so we flew with JAT, the Serbian airline, via Belgrade. This involved a seven hour wait between flights. First things first. We needed to return the car, which meant finding a petrol station between the hotel and the airport, then calling the rental company and arranging to meet them outside the International Departures. We had a wipeout on all fronts. First, there is no petrol ...

Entering Tito's territory

A travel blog entry by laura1 on Nov 29, 2007

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The night train to Belgrade was my first time riding in a night train. I knew that I hate night buses and never sleep on them. Would the night train be the same or would I actually arrive feeling like I had gotten a full night's sleep? I decided to splurge for the sleeper since it cost the same as I would have been paying for a hostel anyway. The sleeper compartment has three beds essentially stacked on top of ...