How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... under Tito throughout the cold war period could then set about killing each other. One of our guides said that it was never really ablout religion but was all about money and power. I'm still not sure that there wasn't a major element of ethnic clensing involved. In fact, having left it for four or more days to catch up on this blog, I can no longer remember ...
... I already knew Serbians were a tad hot headed, and was very grateful we were in a brand new BMW. Imagine driving through inner city streets at 90kmph and clinging to the seat for dear life and that was my journey home - the upside of how fast we were traveling was that it only took 5 mins instead of 15. My legs were very grateful for some land that's for sure! So that was my night in Belgrade, it's a shame that was all the time we had but we spent it ...
... 400BC) right through to the First World War and then skipping to a tiny bit of the modern day UN involvement when Belgrade was bombed in the 1990s. So this kind of sucked but I guess it was still cool to see some of the old weapons and medieval outfits. After this i wasn't feeling 100% so I headed home for a little rest. Was just feeling really tired and lethargic with ...
... Most Serbs don't live in anything as nice and since he wanted the comforts of home, he pays a premium.
There has been little progress economically since the war. Driving through the city, the buildings looked old, and Luke mentioned that very little new development has occurred here. Most people work on the other side of the river in New Belgrade, while most of the people live in Old Belgrade.
There is a large Roma ...
... to our schedule and leave the next day.
That afternoon/evening, we all went out to eat at a restaurant that Zoran and Dunja suggested. We wanted to take them out as a goodbye thank-you and asked them to pick where they wanted to go. Zoran told me the name of the restaurant, but I could not figure out how to spell it so I've just called it Restaurant in the pictures. No matter. It was a ...