Hotel 1000 Ruza
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a bit more then headed back to the hostel to shower and rest. Then we briefly considered going to the club... Shockingly, Belgrade is known as the top party city of Europe! Too bad we are traveling alone, not to mention that we feel much too old to stay up that late, and both of us have been fighting off sore throats. Instead of clubbing, we took care of some logistical planning and went to sleep early. Off to Romania in the morning! Laku noć! ...
... a couple of nights can be a major luxury while traveling, and we took full advantage of it during our three nights in Belgrade.
Since none of our plans came to fruition today, we needed to make sure our final, and most important decision in Belgrade was the correct one - and that was to decide where to have dinner! Some quick research on TripAdvisor shows just how many restaurants there are to choose from here, and it can be pretty difficult to ...
... friend that I was all happy, handed over 1,100 dinar's (approx. $12) and off I went :)
Sarah had called the Serbian man from the train and we were meeting him at 8pm to go for a couple of drinks somewhere. We wanted to have something to eat first so walked and walked trying to find a kebab but no such luck! We found a cheap burger and asian place so grabbed something and ate before back to the hostel for a couple of drinks while we wait for our mate.
He arrived ...
... setup home in a small town called Zemun on the other side of the Sava River. Zemun is now part of Belgrade city and I planned to visit it later
The original Turkish gates are still there and there are pens for holding prisoners as you go thru the gates. There is also a Military Museum which I was ...
... for the 'amazing race' to Sarajevo, in Bosnia Herzegovina. I usually like to finish my blog entries including all the way to the last minutes in a country, but the journey out of Belgrade to Sarajevo was such an odyssey that it will be described in extent in the next entry. So this is it for Serbia. I might come back (or not) on my way to Bulgaria, maybe crossing Kosovo. I take away an excellent experience, maybe defined to a large extent by having met such good and kind ...