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... but they did provide us with a city map. Heading towards the fortress we walked through wide pedestrianised streets lined with shops, bars and ice cream stalls running up the middle. The fortress is huge with many steps that were fun in the heat. The views from the top were almost worth it though.
Yet more steps lead us down to the river where we ate on a floating restaurant. Good food and a wonderful view of the ...
... its the waiting game. The flight leaves at 4pm and arrives at 4.15pm. Its a one hour flight to Belgrade. At 4.30pm in Belgrade its very dark. I take the airport to city bus and then walk 10 minutes to my accommodation. Its in a old building overlooking a beautiful square and Parliament House. very nice view.
The apartment is huge, old but has lots of character.
Slept reasonable well considering all the new different noises ...
... leaving Australia, which made a great change from the ubiquitous pale European lagers. After one two many I stumbled back to the hostel, only stopping for a great meal of cevapi, and went to bed exhausted. The next morning I headed to Novi Sad which is around 1.5 hours from Belgrade. Unfortunately I missed the EXIT festival by only a week, but Novi Sad still made for a great day trip. The highlights being the Petrovaradin fortress, which dominates over the town from the opposite bank of ...
... I recall first hearing about him on an episode of the 'X-files', and later David Bowie played him in the outstanding movie 'The Prestige'. The museum stayed away from his eccentricities and focused more on his inventions, which were in direct competition to Edison's in the early 1900s. He seemed to have been responsible for a lot more than he is given credit for, or has patents for, but I couldn't tell if that was more due to him ...
I still needed food so went to a pizza place for 80D (.95 cents). I also finally found someone who would exchange my 4000 Forint ($20) and gave me 1200D ($14.50)
The map said there was a Bezistan which is a Turkish name for covered bazaar. I know Sarajevo had ...