Hotel Tehnograd

Kovanluk, Kraljevo, 36000, Serbia and Montenegro | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kovanluk, Kraljevo.
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Travel Blogs from Kraljevo

How To Start An Online Business

A travel blog entry by wealthrisk7 on Jul 22, 2014

... Upon having gotten these phones know you, just like you, and trust you thru your blog post you should have a less strenuous task keeping them buy by you. After you have established your online presence and get begun getting customers, show your prospects somewhat appreciation by sending electronic coupons on your subscriber list. Customers want to feel appreciated. If you prove to them for you to appreciate them they will likely reward you making use of their ...

Balkan blog #2

A travel blog entry by graves35 on May 07, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Today, Wed 5/7, we had a long bus ride from Belgrade to Kopaonik Park. The scenery quickly changed from urban to pretty, mountainous and wooded rural. Along the way we visited three old monasteries of the Serbian Orthodox Church. The first was the 13th century Zica Monastery founded by King Stephan, the first crowned king of Serbia and where all the Serbian kings of the Middle Ages were crowned. The second was Studenica Monastery, a UNESCO World Heritage ...

Rolling along to Trumpet Sounds- at Camp Paprika!

A travel blog entry by annaguthrie on Aug 12, 2013

3 photos

... a close, the fact that I would soon be leaving to go to Madagascar began to grow in my mind. I am nervous, excited, overwhelmed, and feeling many other emotions which are difficult to articulate. But, my Couchsurfing family, full of fellow travelers and wanderers, quickly became a kind and encouraging support system, and my time with them was an incredible blessing. I remember my arrival in the Balkans, and the extreme loneliness and alienation ...

Belgrade, Serbia

A travel blog entry by leonarsu on Nov 14, 2012

5 photos

This morning we had a city tour. Belgrade is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Because it is at the confluence of the Sava andDanube rivers, it has been much sought after. It has been battled over in 115 wars and been razed 44 times. The last attack on the city was in 1999 by NATO troops because of the ethnic cleansing in Kosovo under the leadership of Milosevic. After a bus tour, we went to the fortress which houses a huge park and also ...

Crossing Fyrom and reaching Nis in Serbia

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Aug 24, 2011

2 comments, 31 photos

... River, the capital city. Too many concrete buildings, in short distance we caught sight of the fort in the city, but I am not writing anything more since there was no stop here.

What I saw throughout the way though was a mountainous country with very poor buildings and I truly wondered where the magic was! I had read of Fyrom being a beautiful country, but all we saw were vineyards and farms and not ...