Boutique Hotel Tash
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... your legs pinned to the seat in front meant that in the event of turbulence you aren't going anywhere anyway.
Once on the ground we grabbed our bags and cleared passport control, outside the airport we were quickly pounced upon by an exuberant taxi driver offering an outrageous price to get us to town.We decided instead for the bus which was more an oversized van that was so overcrowded with people and luggage it was laughable.
... got the chef to come out and introduce himself was so good! Then check into our hostel and had to rush to get ready for a pub crawl in Serbia which sounded a bit different. I was finally feeling a bit better after having the silly cold for most of the trip and so I wanted to go out however a lot of the girls decided to stay in as they were feeling tired, so I went out with the rest of the crew that were ...
... person to have a one-man show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC.) The design of the monument is unique in that it has eight caryatids (columns in the shape of women) in representative dress from the eight historical regions that made up Yugoslavia. Pictured here are two of the caryatids. If you'd like to see the other six, look for them in the group of pictures at the end of this Belgrade ...
July 1st. Day 15. Sometime, somewhere, in the middle of the night we slipped into Serbia. We didn't slip in un-noticed, that would be hard to do in a 440 foot long ship--but nonetheless we did because when we woke up this morning we were docked in Novi Sad, Serbia.
While a large percentage of the passengers had elected to take a bus tour of the Serbian countryside, we elected to stay on the boat and meet with ...
... br> The google map showed a direct path toward our hotel, Villa Petra, just a km away. Just as we started, we were stopped by a man who warned us that that path has 150 steps and we better loop back and go the longer way. It was only down in all directions from here. An interesting maze of cobblestone streets led us back to the main road a few hundred meters from our goal. At the McDonald's we turned ...