Hotel Knezevina

Address: Bratstva Jedinstva 72, Vranic, 11 427, Serbia and Montenegro | Inn
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This inn, located on Bratstva Jedinstva 72, Vranic, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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      Not so sunny pyramid

      A travel blog entry by hannahteebay on Jun 26, 2012

      First thing this morning after getting milk for breakfast, we went to the Tunnel Museum, which is a fascinating exhibit showing Bosnian ingenuity and resourcefulness during the war. The city of Sarajevo was under siege for four years, and the only reason why the people in the city didn't starve to death or be forced to surrender was because men built a tunnel underneath the city, leading out to the countryside beyond the city. They used this tiny 1.5 meter high ...

      Exploring Serbia's Capital

      A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 17, 2011

      41 photos

      ... few hours of dim light through the fog before the red sun disappeared at half past four in the afternoon.

      When I came home, Sanja gave me a small brown bag of lime tree tea. She picked some up on the way home. Sanja made some delicious curried vegetables and we both went out to get drinks at a place that her friend is DJing at. After the second night out, I noticed that Belgrade has by far the most thriving nightlife of any of the big cities I had been to in the ...

      Bit of Serbian Action

      A travel blog entry by nick_collins8 on Sep 26, 2011

      35 photos

      ... the confluence of the Danube at the....can't remember the other name but its quite beautiful. I think I have a rudimentary grasp of Cyrillic too now which is cool. All the street names are in Cyrillic but all the maps are in the Latin script, and I can usually figure out which street I'm on and pronounce the street names and stuff like that. I want to know more though! Sadly time to leave Serbia though and head into Bosnia to get my landmine on!

      Raving, ranting and romping.

      A travel blog entry by spammychops on Jul 12, 2011

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... under nourished and pretty fed up. There was a monkey that had his whole bottom swollen and hanging off him like a melon which was pretty disgusting. On a lighter note some poor tortoise was trying so hard to get his leg over it was hilarious. She was 'aving nan ov it. What made it slightly exciting was that the walls to the enclosures were really low, they actually seemed low enough for them to, if not jump over at least swing their heads over ...

      Back to Belgrade and end of trip

      A travel blog entry by kcgunther on Aug 05, 2010

      10 photos

      Returning to Serbia after a 3+ week trip thru Croatia, Slovenia and Bosnia Hercegovina, Trish and I decided to hit a couple more places prior to returning the car to Hertz.

      First, as we left Sarajevo and headed down to Foca, our aim was to do some river rafting. However, due to low water levels and slow rapids, we skipped out on the prospect. Instead, we headed back into Serbia and with end of day approaching stopped in ...