Metropol Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... instructions. An hour later we found the hostel, and soon discovered we couldn't find it because the bus had taken a different route, leaving us in a completely different part of the town. We went out to eat a late lunch as the hostel didn't have a kitchen, so more Serbian food. We both went cevapi, sausage in a kind of pita bread. We both opted for the small, which was more than enough. (The large portion would have been double the size!) We set off to find ...
... 10 pm, I tried to find out about the bus but apparently no one knew about it. We had to drag all our stuff over to the nearby bus terminal and see if there was a regular bus to Podgorica. There was and we only had to wait around an hour but, of course, it was extra cost for us. But we had no other chance so we bought the tickets, had something to eat and drink and soon we were on our way to Montenegro.
... we will put
you up in a hotel, gratis!” I had visions of a voucher to a nearby Ibis or
Mercure, Trevor had visions of a nice, old fashioned railway hotel. I thought
we should offer to pay. We were both wrong! At 11 at night, 5 of us, assorted
passengers were led, in the dark by a uniformed female railway employee in stilettoes,
down to the far end of the station, ...
... visiting later. It was also called the Tanbul gate as the road went directly to Istanbul
After passing by a Turkish Tomb we went to an underground bunker built by Tito fearing WWIII and a Russian invasion. This bunker remained a secret until recently discovered