Tulip Inn Putnik Belgrade
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Our effort to remain aloof must not have been as believable as we hoped because the guy dressed in black looked over as us and, with what seemed to be an authentic gesture of empathy, said, “Guys, don’t worry. It’s okay.” Then he looked at Adam and gestured him to get out of his seat.
This process was repeated 5 more times until all the head rests contained a significant amount of heroine. I ...
... start spewing water all over the place. At least we didn't have to tow it. Bill was hoping it was something simple like a blown hose. This picture was not taken in Belgrade. It is an old one because I didn't think to take a picture of the broken car. However, I thought it might be good to remind you what it looks like.
Day Eleven (Tuesday, August 27)
During the day, Bill and ...
... was a pretty small place and it had a really welcoming and comfortable feeling of an apartment. The place itself was really well kept and had great people and employees. Unfortunately for us, it only took until the next morning to discover the infestation of bedbugs in our room. Upon first glance you can't notice them at all, but they tend to come out more at night while you're sleeping and help themselves to a nice feast on your blood. Kaylie woke ...
... 8230;.and GREASE! Neither of us could get through all this hearty – lets make that heart attack breakfast.
We skipped the bus (we needed to sweat the burek out!) and walked up hill to the Bubanj Memorial Site. Here, there are three large statues of fists. Each are slightly different sizes representing a man, woman and child. It was built as a holocaust memorial for all the people that died on the hill during World War Two. Following a forest path from the top, ...
... too sweet for most of us. After lunch we went through the largest lock on the Danube Djerdap 1. This lock had 2 chambers and it we rose up 100 ft altogether which took us about one and a half hours,. Then we sailed along the most scenic stretch the Iron Gates and Kazan Gorge. This gorge was very narrow and we had to follow a barge through as it was not ...