Travel Blogs from Vrdnik
... of course but Višnja started telling me about when the bridges were bombed. I began to wonder why she was carrying on about the second world war but it turned out to be much more recent.
Back on land I rather liked the look of this bakery. Unusual for one thing for being open so late.
I must confess that I didn't actually bother buying anything in there... or any other bakery ...
... way passed everyone to deliver the orders.
They look fired up but
Certainly an interesting evening. Visnja's friend was rather the worse for wear after we left the pub. Like a true friend Visnja held her handbag while her friend threw up.
After feeling so bad a couple of days ago I didn't expect anything like this a couple of days later.
... music. I was rather impressed by the band and ordered another beer and I decided to try some of the various Serbian style spirits on the menu - grape, plum and apricot.
Lovely relaxed atmosphere inside. At one stage the waitress playfully got the waiter to dance what I presumed was some folk dance with her. I presume it was a folk dance as it was most likely Serbian folk music that the musos were playing.
... hotel is under construction 100 meters away. We are within easy reach of Belgrade so it seems these hotels are being built for Belgradians looking for an easy weekend getaway.
We splurged on "the lux" rooms which have a huge breezy balcony opening up to the Donau. The owner told us that the river had receded from its highest level 2 days ago, thanks to the hot temperatures, near ...
... And when we asked a local guy, he pointed and directed us to go another 2 km down the road. The edge of the spread out town petered out in 2km. Just before we crossed the E75 toll road, we had gone 3 km and figured we had somehow passed the hotel the guy described or he had fibbed. We saw nothing but sunflower and wheat fields.
We decided to go to the next town with a hotel in 15 km, Stari Banovici. After we crossed the overpass ...