Hotel 1000 Ruza
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stop in town. Bus conductors certainly don't look as impressive as train conductors. But with only one stop you have to wonder why he was needed; perhaps he's an extra driver for the trip back A couple of Russians on our seat at the back though I was stuck speaking in German to the prof. I would have liked to get a better snap as ...
... what was really going on anyway. So, we then wheel and hop across town to a place one of the hostel workers recommended. The nice thing about Serbia is that everything is cheap. Mo and I ate a full meal (complete with soup, appetizers, and a drink) for about twenty euro; talk about a bargain! Although the food wasn't super good (I realized here that I am not a fan of Serbian food) it filled us up plenty to get a good night sleep. But, before bed we wanted to ...
... a really nice stroll amongst the fortress! It has great views of the Danube (5th country!) and reminds me of a much bigger Beeston castle. There isn't masses to do in Belgrade, an unfortunately when I've been to so many awesome cities, it's tough to match up, but it's nice enough. We strolled along the National Assembly and to St Marks Church before heading to St Sava temple. We were both a bit tired so went back to the hostel for a nap and to chill on the ...
... Hooded Crows.
Tasmajdan Park is a park for everyone. For adults, there is the cafe as well as a chess area. Yes, there is a designated area for chess players. It is even covered so that the rain does not have to stop the games.
There is sculpture to enjoy. That is, if you enjoy headless Don Quixote. Bill said it creeped him out. For teens, there is an area for skateboards ...
... made our day in Belgrade ! Thanks again !
Before meeting Dushka and Surjan we went to the Saint Sava Temple, still under construction, and which once achieved will be one of the biggest churches in the Orthodox world. We then went to see St Mark’s Church, the national assembly, Central Square (“next to the horse as locals say) and then to the charming bohemian-styled Skadarjila alley, crowded by bars, restaurants and pubs. We also went to ...