Maljen

Address: 14204 Divcibare, Valjevo, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 14204 Divcibare, Valjevo.
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Travel Blogs from Valjevo

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by tompsblogs on Jan 25, 2008

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... Though I'd been starved of company in Budapest, I was not unduly concerned by the continued solitude, as it was already approaching midnight and any potential conversation would quickly have been curtailed by the desire to sleep. The compact compartment had a cosy feel to it, with a bed that would be unsuitable for anyone taller than my 5'10 frame, a table and chair in one corner and a cleverly concealed sink in the other. It was ...

Belgrade

A travel blog entry by jordanblair100 on Jan 22, 2008

i intended to have a stop off in macedonia before headin up to belgrade but the only train arrived at night and the hostels were miles from the train station so i ****** it off to avoid bein mugged. came straight up thru kosovo to belgrade the serbian capital. i think it used to be the capital of former yugoslavia when bad boy slobodon milosevic used to go about his ...

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by claude_and_iain on Dec 29, 2007

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... booked our chosen hostel, received our email confirmation and then boarded the train. So you can imagine our frustration as we finally locate our hostel after 3 frosty hours of search using an impossible set of directions (describing itself as being at the intersection of two parallel streets) to discover that they had closed down a few months back. [Probably because nobody could find them]. It was freezing cold, we were homeless and every subsequent place we ...

Istanbul - Sofia - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by caprile on Dec 12, 2007

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... Europe and not to have to deal with the time consuming border crossings anymore...And Kevin' face is starting to have colours again because he's finally out of Turkey! The ride to Sofia was a difficult 500 km ride in the fog...Halfway to Sofia, I was starting to get hungry and I thought it was time to discover the people a little bit. I love stopping along the road in the middle of nowhere as it's really then that you get to know ...

A day trip to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 06, 2007

... the hotel and the airport. This didn't stop me spending 20 minutes fruitlessly searching. Then we rang the airport office of the rental company. They promised they would meet us outside. We parked the car and got our luggage out. Still no one from the rental company. Ten minutes later and Jess said she would take the luggage through the scanner and see if she could check in. I called the rental company again. 'Yes yes, we will be outside soon.' I was getting a bit ...