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... have to deem my least favorite since there was little time to learn about the country and understand its side of the story with Kosovo. We stayed in a hotel far in the sticks and didn’t get too much of an opportunity to explore. It is a safe stop for enroot travellers making their way out east in Europe, however, I don’t see it turning into a thriving tourist ...
... I have decided that I need to always wear sunglasses because my eyes get me into all kinds of trouble), and then I don't want to know what he was saying. The other guy refused to translate everything. Never a dull moment!
My last day in Belgrade, I did absolutely nothing. I went for a walk and got some planning done. Then it started to rain again, and we had a nice little thunderstorm. Nothing else to report about Serbia. On to the next ...
As we were walking, we passed this hotel. When you drive around Old Belgrade, you get the idea there are no hotels in this part of the city because they are not what you typically expect to see, but they are there. They just blend in like this one.
Once we left the the area, we went to a hamburger ...
We thought we'd set some context before documenting what we did today, so here goes... Belgrade lies at the mouth of the Sava and Danube rivers and has unfortunately always been situated between numerous superpowers, which has resulted in conflict since the 3rd century BC when the Celts first settled there.The Turks captured the city in 1521 and after a period of stable rule the ...
... that I
wanted to feel well for. A couple of blokes from the hostel decided to make a
last minute decision to go to an international soccer friendly. It was Serbia
vs. Ireland, and the locals are known for their hooliganism. It seemed a rather
tame affair however, and we were dumbfounded that the police wouldn’t allow us
to sit with the Serbs, demanding that we take our place with the tiny Irish
contingent in the corner. I’m guessing that they ...