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... tomorrow. Most of the delegates are in their 30s and there are a fair number of hookers around. It looks like just a big excuse for a **** up. And all smoking like chimneys. By 1030 I made my excuses and left. There was a bottle of wine in the bag and no chance to take it on the plkane, so I borrowed a corkscrew and had a glass in my room. I couldn't quite escape the music even though it was a floor away, but I did my ...
... No Smoking section, which is pathetically, a table or two next to the smoking section.
And we thought it was lame that the hostel hosts were having their own party and that there was no real room for the other guests in the hostel to hang out. There was a group from Slovenia and another group from Hungary. There were 2 toilets for 22 hostel guests and the 3 - 10 party Serbs.
So the bad lodging and the cold, icy weather put ...
... a bite. I think it's okay to share that memory, because turnabout is fair play. She had laughed at me when I told her that I called reception from our hotel room to tell them the bathroom light was broken. The receptionist politely explained that I had to insert the room key in the entry door slot to activate the lights. Deb found that historical. The only reason that I told her was because neither one of us could figure out how to work the shower. We had to call the ...
... we've had, anywhere in the World. From the moment we walked back in, we were made to feel most welcome, with the manager immediately recognizing us, and pointing out to the owner that we had just been here the other night. Soon after, a complimentary couple of shots of pear and quince raki made their way over to us, and then it was on - course after course of spectacular food!
There did end up being some overlap with tonight's tasting menu and ...
... would be more of the post war socialist era. However, they said there were no exhibits except for some childrens art. Don't these people care about their history as I am yet to see a history museum in Belgrade
To the rear was the House of Flowers which is Tito's mausoleum. Entrance was 200D ($2.50). You first go thru a ...