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Travel Blogs from Zemun
... some coffee and croissants (Sally ordered a café latte, which was served… without milk…), and where we met a very nice Australian guy training a water polo team in Serbia.
We then left our two Dutch friends, who went directly to their hostel, and started our city tour, starting by the horrific bombarded ex-Yougoslavian/Serbian Army Headquarters, left as they were after the NATO raid in 1999… we then understood that we were in a ...
Belgrade has an absolutely amazing free walking tour that if you ever visit (and you absolutely should... the Balkans are the ****) definitely do. I woke up pretty early and went to it. Typically I get bored on walking tours and wind up talking to my friends towards the end but the only other person from my hostel was the girl I had dinner with and things were a bit awkward the next morning... which turned out to be good because Belgrade's history is SUPER ...
June 29, 2013
Zemun to Kovin, 78 km, total 1905 km
Sunny to Grey then High Clouds with Sun
23 C (73F)
Palazzo Motel 1000 Dinar ($11.43 / €8,74) per person including breakfast
Goodbye Zemun on perfect cycling weather day
We stopped at one of the many wonderful bakeries and picked up two small Serbian bread loafs with olives and several raisin twists for lunch.
It felt good to ...
... information office. They had a Belgrade map and a Serbia map but that was it. We asked about the city bus tour. We had missed 10AM open top bus tour, they said. Too bad, we thought. And the 11 o'clock walking tour was Saturdays only. We will have to come back tomorrow and do the bus tour then, we lamented. After some delay, the gal in the office reluctantly added that we could take the 11 o’clock open-top bus which would leave in 20 ...
... slow and loved being on the farm roads. It would be a different story had it rained and we'd be dealing with mud.
After 10 km we arrived at a paved road next to military facility which leds back to the busy main road.
....A helicopter was dropping solders and picking them up again by a dangling tether. We photographed them and one gave us the big ‘X’ motion with his arms. ...