Hotel 1000 Ruza
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... So, I stood right back up and hobbled the short distance to the bus with everyone else. Once the bus parked and unloaded, I had a personal escort waiting for me. He wouldn't even let Mo push me in my wheelchair but did everything himself. We told him we were going into Belgrade because we had a 20 hour layover and we didn't want to spend overnight in the airport (we also thought the airport closed, but he told us it was open 24/7, owell). We then told him that ...
... and Katarina to spend time with them. We had met them last summer in Milna when Zoran and Dunja's son, Branko, and daughter-in-law, Emma, came to stay in Zoran and Dunja's apartment while they went and spent a month back in Belgrade, and Branko and Emma had invited Comi and Katarina to come with them. We were actually staying in Branko and Emma's apartment on this trip because they were back ...
... deciding which street we were walking on.
After settling into the hostel we picked up a map of the city, received a few pointers, and went on our merry little way. Close to the center of town we found ourselves at the Black Turtle IV where we were told they brew their own beer. The waiter started to list off their brews and I decided on mine quickly - strawberry. It sounded just odd enough. Steve chose something simple - stout. Not bad, ...
... of the church is not finished, there are marble pillars and beautiful carved concrete but the floor and most of the walls are bare concrete. They plan to finish with mosaics, its hard to imagine the money required for this project.
We went to Kalemegdan Fortress, built on an elevated location, lovely views of the river. We stopped for free time at the pedestrian street and then back to the ship for lunch.
After lunch we went a concert hall to see a ...
... door at Restoran Dva Jelena (Two Deer). We started with a cucumber salad. It was nothing but a plate of cucumbers!!! Mom ordered grilled pork loin with baked potato. I had a salmon fillet with mixed vegetables and french fries. We shared a half-liter of house white wine and I also tried a shot of plum rajika, a Serbian specialty liquor. Everything was very simple but tasted good. Our bill came to 3,020 dinar ($33.56).
Returned to the hotel room at ...