Hotel 1000 Ruza
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... days saved. Vicarious travel excitement... After the morning's roller coaster ride, Steven and I decided to slow things down with a leisurely Serbian red wine at a very nice restaurant. We had stumbled on the place en route to the Nicholas Tesla museum. Based on Wikipedia - therefore definitive - information, the man was the definition of a mad scientist and may well have been the first to ever attempt Wi-Fi communications. If you are unemployed, or bored at work, he ...
... t know I had to register my wheelchair beforehand so as we're checking our luggage we had to wait around for 30 minutes to see what we could do (this is why you get there 2 hours early). It ended up being no problem though, as they loaded it under the plane after I was already on. When they saw me coming through security, they instantly phoned for a guy to come take care of me (search me) and no matter what I tried to tell them, they didn't want me standing ...
... good). We went to buy our train or bus tickets to Sarajevo when we realized that Gonzalo had left one of the bottles of water in the bakery. This already happened to Gonzalo in Budapest and Tez was so mad but this time she was fine. I think that we accepted the fact that we were going to lose it eventually but we got lucky and we recovered it for the second time!
Then we went to get information about how to go to Sarajevo, only to find out that the only way how to get ...
... In the late 19th/early 20th centuries, Skardalija was the Bohemian section of Belgrade. In the time after WWI, it was a street of jazz and dancing. Today, it is lined with cafes and restaurants each offering its own flavor of live small group, mostly acoustical music. We walked the length of the street listening to the music in each place for a few minutes as we walked by. As we started back ...
... city where there was much more that monuments to visit and photos to be taken… we had to understand people's past, feelings and life in this unique region where war was still on less than 15 years ago.
And therefore we had the chance of our lives to meet Sally’s friend Dushka, and her boyfriend Surjan, who made us understood the modern history, and political, social and economiacla situation in ex-Yugoslavian countries… ...