Hotel Rezime Diamond
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... The usual shops and restaurants. Lovely, really. I love looking at the old architecture. We walked back to the ship in time for the early evening commentary.
A gypsy women talked to us about her people. They voted a few years ago to call themselves Roma. It has been determined that they are originally from India. It is supposed that after Alexander the Great conquered India that a tribe of people followed ...
... one person in the former Yugoslavia has told me. They were in the unfortunate position of being between W. Europe and the Ottoman Turks. West vs. East. Christian vs. Muslim. Catholic Christian vs. Orthodox Christian. and on and on and on.
And the more I read about Tito, the more I'm amazed at how he was able to cobble together a country called Yugoslavia with all these ethnic groups.
Back at the Military History museum up ...
... as the original theatre. We decided to head back to the hostel but stop for an ice cream at the highly recommended Ice cream parlour. We must have wondered for nearly an hour, walking up one street and down the next and still hadn't managed to find the place! Eventually we gave up and stopped at another café.
That evening, back at the hostel, we were patiently waiting for 8oclock. The hostel had invited us for free pancakes then, and being on a budget, this would ...
... had an influence here as well, leaving Belgrade a legacy of ugly utilitarian concrete apartment blocks.
Since there aren't a whole lot of tourist attractions here compared to European cities of a similar size, we needed to find other diversions to keep ourselves entertained today, in the form of coffee shops, cafes, gelato shops, burger joints, and fine dining restaurants. It's a good thing we are only here for three ...
... friend that I was all happy, handed over 1,100 dinar's (approx. $12) and off I went :)
Sarah had called the Serbian man from the train and we were meeting him at 8pm to go for a couple of drinks somewhere. We wanted to have something to eat first so walked and walked trying to find a kebab but no such luck! We found a cheap burger and asian place so grabbed something and ate before back to the hostel for a couple of drinks while we wait for our mate.
He arrived ...