The Regent Club

Address: Obrenoviceva, 10, Nis, 18000, Serbia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nis

Bye :(

A travel blog entry by aspenchi on Jul 25, 2015

... from Serbia. He was very friendly. He bought us four rounds of beer, but Rachid and I found him a bit untrustworthy. In the end he drove us to the train station where it had been delayed till 4am. He waited with us for a few hours till he got bored and drove off. It was odd, but Hannah was sad he didn't say goodbye. ...

The Day I Ran Off A Cliff

A travel blog entry by joshua.forrest on Jul 02, 2015

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... girl we met on the bus headed from Sofia, Bulgaria to Nis. It wouldn't be enough time to do a proper trek. He then told us he could call a friend of his who does paragliding and ask him if he could pick us up in the morning and bring us out flying. Neither of us had ever done paragliding before so it seemed like the perfect choice. We said yes. I have a huge fear of flying, so I must have had a couple beers in my system at the time. We were to meet him the ...


A travel blog entry by hippler on Jan 03, 2015

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... and Macedonia. Many think they might have tried the genocide again. And frankly, the NATO bombing campaign worked. In Kosovo, they really appreciate Americans and especially Bill Clinton and have even named a boulevard after him called "Bill Klinton Bulevard."

Jan. 4 Note: Well, we checked the bus schedule online and asked TWO different staff at the bus station ticket windows about the bus ...

Last stop in Serbia

A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 12, 2014

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... jews/anyone else the Nazis didn't like were kept and either killed, or later in the war, shipped off to the main camps like Auschwitz to be killed. We were the only ones there which made it that bit more eerie and so were shown around by a guy on our own private tour. He was quite weird but rolled through the facts and details which was all really interesting. There was still writing on the walls from prisoners and the old watch towers were still standing even though new ones ...

Logor Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Oct 04, 2013

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... on the internet looking up how to get there or continue on to Kosovo.

Next to the bus station was a big outdoor covered market selling mostly vegetables and some fruit.

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