Hotel Rezime Residence
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... I did not have a stamp, then asked details about where we traveled in Bosnia! Luckily, he seemed to not care a whole lot and he just let us enter.
We arrived in Belgrade in late morning and took the tram to our hostel. The tram was another one of the ancient Soviet-era trams, and we could NOT figure out how to buy tickets anywhere other than on the tram. We asked a few old ladies who were waiting at the tram stop, and they responded ...
... Serbia is of course landlocked, the beach was man made and on the banks of the Danube river.) We were shocked on arrival when realising we had to pay to get on the beach, so we ended up in a park instead. The great thing about Novi Sad? Free city wifi, which meant city commentary in the park! (although the wifi wasn't great) We set off back to the hostel, just as the rain began. By the time we got back, there was a thunderstorm outside and we spent the rest of the ...
... 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, ...
... t have half an hour and it was marginally better. At least the room didn't flood the luggage today which I had placed on the bed as a precaution.
Today I had booked a Belgrade underground tour for 12 euros ($15). It lasts about three hours and I needed to be at the start place at 10am. Also it will keep me out ...
... for the 'amazing race' to Sarajevo, in Bosnia Herzegovina. I usually like to finish my blog entries including all the way to the last minutes in a country, but the journey out of Belgrade to Sarajevo was such an odyssey that it will be described in extent in the next entry. So this is it for Serbia. I might come back (or not) on my way to Bulgaria, maybe crossing Kosovo. I take away an excellent experience, maybe defined to a large extent by having met such good and kind ...