Hotel Knezevina

Address: Bratstva i Jedinstva, Vranic, 11427, Serbia and Montenegro | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on Bratstva i Jedinstva, Vranic, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Vranic

    Don't listen to mum and dad, Belgrade is awesome

    A travel blog entry by matt_l on Sep 19, 2012

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    ... quiet, which was disconcerting. After meeting Dennis (guy from Finland) and had a very friendly chat with, I met Joel (an Aussie traveler from Perth), who had extreme similar music taste as me. He assured me that despite the fact that there weren't many people at the hostel, it was anything but quiet. This was discovered later on. After some time, Alexi and Helen appeared. Both Australian travelers, however Alexi was of strong Russian descent, ...

    Ups and downs in Belgrade and Novi Sad

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on Nov 22, 2011

    5 photos

    ... a plasticky black bomber jacket, Snake almost immediately tried to sell us drugs. It turned out that he was a DJ, but pay was bad and he rarely got jobs. Seeing a group of ragged, alternative-looking foreigners, he pounced and made mildly joke-filled conversation in short bursts of anecdote or animated exclamations. His demeanour was shady, always checking around the vicinity with a twitchy check over his shoulder and a sharp sniff in his nose – never standing in one ...

    On to Serbia.

    A travel blog entry by jimfavor1 on Oct 04, 2011

    ... takes several minutes to complete. Sometimes the process will fail completely and one has to start over again by logging in.

    After dinner we had entertainment again. We were treated to “bright and colorful Serbian Folklore with Talija Assembly.” There were 3 male and 3 female dancers along with a clarinet player, a violinist, and an accordion player for accompaniment. There were six sets of dances. ...

    The City that Bombed the Rest

    A travel blog entry by edmondbina on Sep 03, 2010

    8 photos

    ... pretty cool as they overlooked the city from the other side of the river, and the water kept everything nice and cool. After the first barge club, we saw a gigantic one down the river with bright flashing lights and blasting music so we decided to check it out. When we went inside we were amazed at the size of this club on the water. It was almost like an aircraft garage or a warehouse, with a giant arched roof and a wrap around second ...

    Belgrade, Serbia - Balkan Sights!

    A travel blog entry by cessna152 on Aug 20, 2010

    12 photos

    Even though it was expected, it was still a shock. Thirty Euros was the taxi driver's price, and with no way of bartering, we knew we were at his mercy.

    After getting our passports stamped, Michael and I had wandered into the arrivals hall of Belgrade Airport. Almost immediately, the taxi drivers set upon us. Acting cool, I pointed Michael towards the airport bar, hoping our nonchalance would aid our quest to get a better price. But it was a false hope. As we sipped our first ...