Vila Senjak Belgrade
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Week Two: Belgrade, Serbia
There are too many sick people on this ship and they have given me their cooties. I am not 100% today. These early mornings and cold, rainy days, people constantly coughing, blowing their noses, and sneezing all over are getting the better of me. I wish it wasn’t raining and I wish I felt better. The tour of Belgrade included the historic Kalemegdan Fortress ...
... its look.
Serbia is not that pretty, a lot of the landscape is flat and windswept, its capital is ugly and its other cities, on first glance, seem like they might just suck the fun right out of you. But ...
... Belgrades history.
We learnt about Serbias turbulent history through the wars as well as the more recent Yugoslavian War. The guide talked about Serbia been a closed country where people were unable to visit up until a number of years ago. Very interesting history.
We headed back to the hostel in the late avo for happy hour. Happy hour involved as many free shots as you ...
... a tip. So we overpaid and were too uncomfortable to ask for our few euros change!
We then caught a bus to Sremski Karlovci, a small town about 15 minutes away which is famous for its wine. We decided to do wine tasting and got 4 huge glasses each. From here we went back to town and wasted several hours in the hostel before boarding an overnight train to Budapest. The train was freezing so we had no sleep but at 6am we were in Budapest!
... right by the lovely owner of and people staying at the Madness Hostel. They even brought me flowers, food, a card, my handbag, toiletries, electronics and a change of clothes over the last three days I was in hospital. One of my friends even got kicked out of the emergency room by a doctor after he (rightfully so) had a go at the doctors for not getting me my medication as soon as possible which caused me ...