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After our early morning train ride we made it to Basel Airport ready for our flight back to central Europe and if you have ever had the desire to feel like a cow fly with Wizz Air.
No seat numbers are given so once on board it is a free for all as to where you sit but before that though the fun begins when you are corralled into separate loading areas and only released to the plane in stages.
The flight itself was smooth enough ...
... and the waiter was jut soo good, the whole menu was in Serbian and he explained to us all what everything was on the menu and offered for us all to one on his friends boat tomorrow which we had to decline as we leave tomorrow but it was just so nice especially when we had been warned that people may not come across the friendliest but he was so nice and the meal was incredible had just the best time there, ...
... Tower that we saw the night before as well.
We then drove to Mount Avala, a small mountain overlooking Belgrade. (For those of you familiar with Greenville, it is akin to Paris Mountain.) First we visited the Monument to the Unknown Hero from WWI, which is an impressive creation of the famous sculptor, Ivan Mestrovic. (One interesting fact about Ivan Mestrovic is that he was the ...
... way through mostly upscale neighborhoods. And after several small climbs, Dave took us off route onto a shortcut up and through cemetery which landed us on highest point of Gardosh, a charming old neighborhood in Zemun. In front of us stood the fairytale "Sibinjanin Janko" (or Millennium Tower) - height of 36m, open in 1896. We parked our bikes checked out the incredible view of Belgrade and the ...
... rising in the Danue many of them were close.
We still had a good night and the next day consisted of a visit to one of the largest Orthodox Church in the world and laying in the park.
We've rushed this part of our trip far too much so I haven't got the proper feel of the place. The people are really friendly though. We will definitely travel through the Balkans on our next ...