Address: 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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... clean, and a goody bag of soaps, towels and refreshments had been left lovingly on the table. I collapsed into the chair and smiled contentedly - my previous train journeys had been fleeting affairs, but this was the romance of rail travel I had come in search of. Though I was tired, I stayed up for a while in order to savour the experience; when I did finally retire to bed, the romance began to unravel. Under the hushed darkness of my ...


A travel blog entry by jordanblair100 on Jan 22, 2008

... thankfully most of all that ***** cleared up but i think kosovo are still trying to get independance so theres been sum **** goin on wi them recently. anyway, belgrade to me didnt havea vast amount goin on. it was an ok city with a nice fort area and **** but nowt compared to wat id seen so i wasnt to ***** about it all. id looked forward to the nightlife there andhadmet ...

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by claude_and_iain on Dec 29, 2007

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... out very well. We had a centrally located, private (and ultimately very warm) room in a beautiful, snow-white city with the added good fortune of having already made the acquaintance with some of the best dining options. We planned a late dining extravaganza at the majestic Hotel Mockba in the centre of town to see the year tick over. We made sure to make a reservation the day before to staff who seemed genuinely surprised that we would bother: the place is ...

Istanbul - Sofia - Belgrade

A travel blog entry by caprile on Dec 12, 2007

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... Kevin saw my passport and prefers to call me Pierre...), I'm not sure but I think that lady was telling me in Bulgarian to follow her up the room!". Then, when we both turned around to have a better look at what was happening around us and we saw a whole team of former male wrestlers sitting on their wooden chairs with big moustached ladies hanging on their arms! We then understood we were in a Brothel! Very nice deco with a live ...

A day trip to Belgrade

A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 06, 2007

... came across some Christmas markets, bought a small painting and had a lovely cup of coffee and a delicious cake in a rather glamorous coffees shop complete with huge chandeliers. At one point we walked along a busy thoroughfare and some very makeshift market stalls had been set up. Consisting of no more than two cardboard boxes, each stall was covered with a simple cloth and then the wares were spread out to appeal to shoppers. At this first collection of stalls the ...