Hotel 1000 Ruza
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to hear that most young people of that time found it to be some of the best times of their childhood. As there were no threats in the residential areas, parents were home and no one went to school for months, they had a lot of freedom to go out and play all day.
An exceptionally late dinner in he early hours of the morning in a Serbian house meant that I was offered a selection of Serbian foods to try. A meat and rice dish, a range ...
... the chaos and ongoing struggles with the region of Kosovo (populated by mostly Islamics who want to separate from this Orthodox country) there is a serene beauty in this city with lots of green parks and beautiful vistas overlooking the Sava and Danube Rivers. On this sunny Sunday there are lots of families walking together and teenagers hanging out at Republic Square not far from the obligatory McDonalds and a number of high end clothing ...
... with a baguette in hand, which tally later got hold of and woke up to it the next day, the big guy also threw some face paint stuff over the crowd and salt apparently then set sparks flying with an angle grinder it was chaos but very funny and strangely the music was actually really good! The highlight for me though was going to a place called "BIGZ" we went three times in total, again it was milosh that took us because its something you will not find on ...
... got a flat tire on the way that was quickly repaired by a roadside shop. Before heading out of the hostel for the evening I met Horacio (Art). Horacio is from California, born to an Iranian father and Mexican mother. It was great to meet my paisano to speak some Spanish, share a few beers with him, and chat about Iran. He was there a few years ago and gave me his views and tips on that beautiful country, as I'll be heading there soon provided there's no problem with my visa. ...
... 2) Bikeline Maps & Guides; Donau-Radweg 4, (5 books in the series)
Our plan in a nutshell; 2900 total kilometers at 50 km per day - 2 days riding for 1 day off for a total of 58 riding days & 90 total days - April to July, 2013 :)