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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... will be a Cathedral when it's finished. It was started in the late 1800's. The construction has been delayed due to the several wars that occurred during the 19th century. Today the Orthodox Church doesn't have the money to finish it so they depend on international monies to help. It will be beautiful if it's ever finished.
We came back to the boat for lunch.
After lunch we went back into the City Center and ...
... woman told me she had to get out, and wanted to live in Berlin. The owners talked of their dream to sell the hostel and open one on an island in Greece.
Balkanization is a word for a reason. It means a fragmentation or split of a region. This area has been split by wars and regrouped and reorganized so many times. Much more than any other region probably. Most of the time, this was done by foreign powers, and that's something ...
... towel was quickly removed!
On arrival at the hostel we ditched our bags and headed straight out in search of food! We went to the local market which consisted of hundreds of fruit and veg stalls and also had a small corner shop. After preparing food we headed out to explore and started walking towards the river. We past many of the famous party boats - some looking a lot nicer than others! We then headed into the centre and looked around some of the older ...
Belgrade doesn't have much to offer to travelers, at least, not in a conventional sense - you don't come here for the sights, or to bask in the city's beauty. Quite frankly, Belgrade is downright ugly in most places, a product of its sad history - the city has been destroyed and rebuilt something like 40 times, and there are still many battle scars and bombed-out buildings from the conflicts of the 90s. Let's also not forget that ...
... English but Stoli was still with us so I asked him to tell them what I would like. I of course had the hairdresser who could speak no english so it was funny. Every time I tried to tell her something she would yell out "ANNA!!" because she was the one who could speak the best English. I apologised for my hair being so dirty, she said no please, just relax! It was funny but also really nice to not have to try and make any conversation either. After awhile she checked with ...