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We still had some time to kill so grabbed a coffee at a little cafe and tried to find some lunch One of the big differences here was that no-one really eats sandwiches. They LOVE burek and other types of pie (cheese, spinach) and chocolate-filled croissants (good luck finding a plain one) and these weird little bread rings and some pizza, but everything else is just MEAT. Cevapi and burger patties seem to be the main ones, but anything meat is good - which is ...
... upscale jazz bar on the waterfront. The waterfront was hopping, half a dozen or so bars, a see and be seen scene, and none of the snobbery of being ignored we experienced at the industrial building. The band played, we clinked glasses, chatted, clapped, and treated our ears to some of the best jazz this side of the Danube. My advice from this whole experience: don't clap at a Serbian jazz bar unless you want everyone to know you're ...
... really did believe keeping the Former Yugoslavia together was a good thing or assisting and advocating mass genocide against any religion or race that did not fit under the regime’s way was actually ok and part of a better world, it doesn’t really matter because in 1999 the UN, NATO and the rest of the world had had enough of the bloodshed and suffering and bombed Belgrade, the headquarters of the Serbian and Yugoslavian army. For 77 days straight, ...
... beyond the call of host duty. So after the first morning, Bill and I got up and walked to one or the other of the cafes for coffee and breakfast.
Day Two (Sunday, August 18)
On this day, we went to visit a friend of Zoran and Dunja's who had spent his career working in the American Embassy. And as ...
... The Orthodox church of St. Sava was our first stop--actually I am not sure if it was a church--when does a buiding under construction become a church? This particular church is enormous and has been under construction since 1935. At this point the outer building looks complete but the inside is a shell. Construction has been slow as they must rely on donations to advance the project. So, outside of the "wow" moment ...