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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and grandchildren of Nazis have done an amazing job of coming to terms with what the Germans did in WW2. School kids talk about it from day 1 and they all go to Nazi Concentration camps to learn what happened. Serbia is not there yet and perhaps the anger still festers.
Another man at the party, seemingly a closeted gay, told me "We're the worst country in Europe." That's so sad. Nobody should have to feel that way about their ...
... and it would probably all take place at much fancier establishments.
The selection of cafes and bars in Belgrade is astounding, as it seems as if you can find whatever type of place you might feel up for. There doesn't seem to be many cookie cutter-type places here, with each bar or pub having a unique theme or vibe, and almost always, it is executed very well. But of course, what stands out most for us are the ...
... we made a swing by Tito's grave/monument and the Tesla museum. Our guide (the best one so far) explained much of the history of the Balkans and the Slavic peoples, the former Yugoslavia and of course the complicated situation in Kosovo. Belgrade (meaning White Fortress) was first founded by the Celtics, next came the Romans, the Turks come at some point and it goes on and on from there. The ...
SERBIA FINAL THOUGHT
Serbia is Serbian; and Serbia like it this way. The country is not going to be on the glossy covers of the travel brochures that aim only for aesthetic beauty and it's not going to ...
... struck me more as a large town than a capital city. The old quarter is concentrated around the river and there's some development from there, but not too much. A lot of cafe-bars and small eateries which is nice. The city runs a free day tour, but as I was only there for a day I was unable to go. I hiked up to the castle in the morning and walked a round town a bit, but then I headed back to the hostel. There I met my roommate, an Irish guy. So of ...