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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Faaaaack. Best weekend ever. Okay once again I kind of just want to leave it there as writing it down just isn't going to cut it. But I can honestly say that not only is Belgrade a super beautiful city, I have met some of the best people of my life here. We've drunk too much, laughed constantly and made some ever lasting friends.. Such an incredible time. First and foremost, any hostel which you walk into and the staff all stand up to ...
... decided it was late enough to head back. I was getting pretty sleepy on the walk back, since I hadn't had my medication yet and I really had only gotten about five hours of sleep that night. I bought some milk at a little corner store for 70 dinar, which is insanely cheap, but it wasn't a very large size milk either - perfect to last me two days though! When I got back to the hostel, I was still the only one up but luckily some other ...
... one of the guys I met on the train. The boat didn't really kick off until about 1am, so it turned out to be a long, but very fun night. I did managed to get up for the free walking tour in the morning, and it was so worth it. I never really knew anything about Belgrade, or Serbia really, so the tour was actually really interesting and informative. The tour guide was so enthusiastic, ...
... to the boatmen on the Danube and the military guards who had to change at specified times. Built in the late 1700s, the clock tower is still operational today, although it was showing the wrong time. It was not late afternoon; it was lunch time. Notice the hands on the face. They are unique in that the long hand designates the hour, and the short hand designates the minutes. The time showing ...
... is at the intersection of 2 rivers, the bridges in Belgrade are extremely important. When NATO was bombing Serbia the bridges were an obvious strategic target. To ensure this didn't happen, when the bomb sirens would go off the Serbs would get big speakers, take them to the bridges, wear targets on themselves, and have massive block parties on the bridges so NATO wouldn't bomb there. It might have been the coolest thing I've ever heard.
Funny side-note ...