Metropol Palace, A Luxury Collection Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- TV Channel One Russia
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... t an all day event.
We arrived into the main train station in Belgrade just at rush hour. Our taxi ride to the hotel was "interesting" to say the least. We felt lucky to have survived. At one point, the taxi driver was going perpendicular to the rest of the traffic in a huge traffic circle in front of our hotel cursing at the other drivers of cars, trams and buses as he went. ...
... it did not turn up the way they anticipated. A professional doctor will certainly lay all of this out beforehand, but that's not always good enough. It could be particularly bad if the surgeon chooses to intentionally low-ball the cost. This tactic gets people to sign up immediately assuming that they are getting a good deal.
One common problem is the scars that appear right after the transplant ...
... to do the free walking tour around Belgrade. We were joined by about 50 others and we were immediately worried how one guy would make himself heard. It was not to be a problem, and turned out to be a very enjoyable tour. Learning a bit about the history, important people, streets and building, and also the language, although not for long enough that I can remember any words!! The highlight? The free honey rakia we received, the national drink of Serbia. The worst ...
... 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.
... and prove where we had been in Croatia and why we were there for so long, and why we only had one entry stamp in our passports and no exit stamp, pretty simple really because they joined the EU whilst we were there, anyway lots of questions and getting nowhere we were eventually put back on the bus and we carried on. We arrived in Belgrade at 8am and found Green Studio Hostel near the bus and train station, at this point feeling very tired we of course checked ...