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... you visit this restoran in any case . Name of restoran is vodenica. It was really delicious, domestic fresh meal, home made wine, traditional atmosphere, affordable price, friendle staff, everything was perfect( even we we t there 2 time on the 2of December). Also I highly recommend you to explore some bars in the Belgrade. You will open real traditional Serbian spirit. Centre of Belgrade is ...
... yet, the hamburgers are juicy and mouth-watering. But I digress. Just know that I enjoyed my lunch and took the leftover part home to enjoy later.
After we ate, we went home to rest. Bill came home later and told all about his adventures, and adventures they were. Suffice it to say I am glad he got home in one piece, but he had a marvelous time and would do it again in a heartbeat. ...
... 8230; but it was an epic fail! I ended up with just a bowl of plain mashed potatoes (it could be worse) and some strange deep friend peppers with some kind of cheese in it. I took one bite of those and could not eat any more. The others also ordered some interesting things- Anja was looking for some sort of German drink, and the waiter instead brought her a bottle of beer and a bottle of Sprite. ...
... maps, clothing, and photographs. By the end we were quite overwhelmed with the violent history of man. We reached the lookout point with the "Messenger of Victory" statue looking over the rivers. Beautiful view, and apparently beautiful sunsets to be had in the summer. We are a bit early in the season to appreciate the full beauty of the park, which blossoms in the summer and is full of ...
So I left Belgrade because I had to make it to Sofia, so I
could catch a flight to Cyprus. Sofia was boring. I spent pretty much the
entire day trying to find a place to withdraw some of the local currency, as
well as being yelled at in Bulgarian by old ladies who were angry at me for not
being able to pay to use the bathroom. It is common in Eastern Europe to have
to pay for the toilet, and I felt as though my human rights were being abused.
While I ...