Hotel Knezevina

Bratstva i Jedinstva, Vranic, 11427, Serbia and Montenegro | Inn
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This inn, located on Bratstva i Jedinstva, Vranic, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Yuguslav Puzzle

    A travel blog entry by sandrabutzel on Jun 01, 2012

    1 comment

    ... buildings are still standing waiting for some foreign company or country to buy the space and rebuild something. None of the in-tact-special buildings have scaffolding indicating cleaning and restoration of the sand stone as in Prague, Vienna, an Budapest. Graffiti was everywhere. When we went into a hotel, it could have been pretty, but was dirty and not repainted in years. And no mention of music other than pointing out the Opera Hall. The biggest ...

    Dawson's Creek : The Belgrade years

    A travel blog entry by tennis_tom on Sep 08, 2011

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    The train to Belgrade wasn't too bad, probably because it was Swiss. The scenery wasn't very spectacular, mostly wheat fields and the like. As the train drew into the station, we were met by an array of communist concrete monstrosities, which although ugly were pretty impressive. Zagreb was kinda a small enough city and Belgrade had a much bigger city to feel it.

    Belgrade is friggin hot. Croatia was hot but Belgrade has taken it up a level. Rob is much worse off than I am ...

    Starting in Belgrade

    A travel blog entry by kcgunther on Jul 15, 2010

    9 photos

    ... tiny Renault Twingo, and spend 5 weeks on the road visiting parts of Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Hercegovina.

    This first entry represents time in Belgrade, our starting and ending point for the trip. The blog no doubt will include several entries encompassing sites from this brief 5-week trip, but as well future entries through 2011 as I continue to focus on my work activities in Belgrade, Serbia. ...


    A travel blog entry by wernicki on May 24, 2010

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    ... especially to Wes who seemed to be taking a particular interest in the subject matter. Nevertheless, it appeared as if this promenading dressed to the nines was accepted practice, not so much strange as different. In fact the feeling we have of Belgrade is that this is two steps left of 'normal'. Things just don't 'fit'. The graffiti is predominant everywhere - yet the ...


    A travel blog entry by carlosherbane on Aug 11, 2007

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    ... upper walls. The rain kept falling as I passed the Parliament so I returned to the hostel to cook some lunch and have a rest.

    Later in the afternoon, I walked up to Republic Square, up the main shopping street and to the citadel which over looks the Danube and Sava rivers. I was a bit trigger happed as I ambled around the old war machines. Late in the evening, I took a stroll around the centre and by the ...