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... its own lock and we didn’t really see any of the others so no problems. He sat down with us and made us some Serbian coffee (the boiled sort with the grounds left floating in the water – Jamie’s cup managed to be about ¾ ground coffee sludge and no super-caffeinated goodness), and then ripped out the rakia! He poured one for everyone before we could say anything so we sat there and struggled through the very potent alcohol. Woke us up for sure.
... not worth the $1.50 entrance fee. Finally, we arrived at Belgrade, to discover our Airbnb apartment was located in another "commission flat" area of the city. However, the apartment was modern and cosy inside, which we later discovered was the trend in Belgrade - unattractive communist era exterior with renovated stylish apartments ...
... but also on the walls, windows and gates in the form of graffiti. In fact, each stadium became an art gallery and mural to each team as their supporters sprayed their artwork all over the place. There was some amazing and very talented work amongst all the "f**k off Partizan" or “f**k off Red Star” tags that could be seen almost everywhere and when we entered the stadiums the slogans just got worse. These stadiums may have looked good back in the ...
... and 800 choir members at one time.
The building with the columns is one of the buildings attached to the university. This one houses the technical school for subjects such as architecture and building construction.
Cyrillic is the official written language of Serbia, so many of the signs and storefronts are written in it. For people like Bill and me who do not ...
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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 :)