Metropol Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Our door to door minivan transfer to Blegrade ended up being a little bit of a disaster. It was an hour and a half late, we had major phone issues which meant we couldn't contact him and he didn't give us any confidence on the crazy steep streets after he stalled four times just trying to get up a normal hill. It was like he was to scared to rev the engine and would just let it burn out. Rage.
Once out of the city on the open road we quickly ...
... front of the fortress Is very hard to get to because you have to walk up theses very steep stairs, it was hard!!. Inside the actual place it has a tennis court where famous teams practise, I don't know but we think we saw a famous tennis player were not sure:) we had a look at the old castles in there, it was just ...
... of the Serbian way. Whilst Bosnia and Herzegovina is once again embracing its cultural differences, Serbia is not. Serbia is for Serbians, there is one religion, one race of people with one way of doing things - the Serbian way. This does not mean or feel like it is a racist society, but there is a nationalist pride about being Serbian and doing things the Serbian way. The only thing where a point of difference can be seen is in football; and in ...
... stay there again if we were ever in need of a hotel in Belgrade.
Official Day One (Saturday, August 17)
We hung around the hotel until about noon so that we wouldn't crash in on our friends, Zoran and Dunja, too early, and it still surprised them when we called. They really were expecting us late in the afternoon. ...
... rubbish and abandoned oil rigs. Having eventually found Bigz, we tentatively entered a building which looked both functioning and abandoned. It was covered in graffiti yet housed both businesses and homeless people, it was beyond strange. However, it also had several clubs in it so we decided to head back later that night. Back in the hostel and having a few pre-drinks in the kitchen, we were joined by a young Serbian guy ...