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... places with too many people and actually when you visit capital cities there is not really that much difference. Provincial towns give a far better perspective on a country tending to have a more local flavour.
Our evening meal was taken back in the Bohemian quarter, good food and beer, indifferent service. And we couldn't connect to their WiFi, we had to talk to each other instead. Again we couldn't manage to stay ...
... your legs pinned to the seat in front meant that in the event of turbulence you aren't going anywhere anyway.
Once on the ground we grabbed our bags and cleared passport control, outside the airport we were quickly pounced upon by an exuberant taxi driver offering an outrageous price to get us to town.We decided instead for the bus which was more an oversized van that was so overcrowded with people and luggage it was laughable.
... and we weren't sure if we were going to make it there and back for dinner. So, we returned to the shopping center of Republic Square to meet some of the group for dinner. We also drove past a building that America bombed in 1999 via NATO. Why? I have no idea. THIS IS WHY WE DON'T HAVE FRIENDS, AMERICA!!
And that was our day. Bus. Bus. And more bus.
And then tomorrow, more bus! But half the journey is in getting there, ...
No problem driving to Charlotte on Sat. 5/3, leaving our car at the motel and catching their shuttle to the airport. The flights on Lufthansa to Munich, then on to Belgrade were smooth and on time. It was cold and rainy when we arrived so we abandoned our plan to take the cheap public bus to town, followed by half mile walk to the hotel, and splurged on a taxi. We had paid the tour company for ...
... all the arches. There were pictures of kings and Christ.
I still needed food and ...