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... we dropped our bags and after some advice and a welcome Rakia we headed towards the centre of town, our first impressions were that of a fairly modern city aside from the architecture.
The shops and store fronts all boasting international brands and the people themselves would not have looked out of place on any high street around the world.
First stop on our tour was Republic Square which is the epicentre of town and the ...
Belgrade was a pleasant surprise today. I hadn't expected much from the city based on what people had told me and what I had read about Belgrade. I had envisioned just another big dirty city, but it really wasn’t. I woke up today at about 9pm after getting to bed at about 2:30am. I was pretty tired, but there was a free walking tour starting at 11am that I wanted to join. I left the hostel, grabbed ...
... albeit without the restaurant. The new tower became operational in April, 2010, and is currently the tallest tower in Serbia.
After leaving Mount Avala, we drove to Kosmaj Gora (another small mountain near Belgrade) to visit Zoran and Dunja's friends, Vlada and Vera. On the way, we stopped to pick up some BBQ. This was not like picking up BBQ at home. This BBQ was made of freshly ...
... was even smaller with only 17 rows and propellers!!! I was freaking out a little when I boarded the plane by climbing the ladder!!! Every time I board a plane I always touch the body of it with my right hand as I enter. Sort of like a motivational pat on the back, willing the plane to get us to our destination safely. This was no exception! But the flight wasn't as bad as I had imagined it would be and the constant whir of the propellers lulled me to ...
... rustic villages, head height fields of corn, vast sunflower fields etc.
Day went on for ever, tired legs, the downside to scenic undulations.
Knackered and annoyed with endless aggresive traffic in the last 10 miles to Belgrade.
Charismatic suburbs and vibrant parklife leading in the B-grade. Danube is finally blue! Bridges with cycle ...