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After a much needed nap,....we freshened up, and asked the front desk about dinner suggestions. They recommended a place, and said that the restaurant would send a car for us.
(my kindda place,...). Shortly later, a black Mercedes pulled up, and the owner of the restaurant picked us up.
Once we arrived,.....we were ushered into a very charming dining area. The first thing I noticed was that ...
... an eerie, yet somber atmosphere.
We stopped at a 14th century castle while in Serbia. The ruins were beautiful and atop a hill of approx.. 300 natural steps. Josh and I went to the top and took in Serbia at a bird’s eye view. This was the only sightseeing we were to do and the highlight of our short visit.
On my European tour, this stop ...
From there, we made our way to a variety of sights. First, we stopped to see Princess Ljubica's residence.Constructed in the 1800s as her private residence, it is currently a museum featuring a permanent exhibit on 19th century Belgrade home interiors.
... in one hand and a sword in the other. When he was created in 1928 to commemorate their victories over the Ottomans and WWI, but people complained because of his nudity, so he was placed on the fortress.
After finishing everything on the tour we went back to the places we wanted to see more of. For dinner we went back to the Bohemian quarter in hopes of finding some little place. No such luck. Ended up having our worst meal of the ...
... moved into one for 3 nights.
We met Junko and Hiro on their way back from bike shop. The shop owner had called his girlfriend who had studied in Japan to talk with Junko and Hiro. Hiro's bike rides smoothly once again. Junko's didn't need much tuning up at all. They were both delighted. Junko and Hiro went back with us to show us the way.
The owner is an old cyclist himself and knows bikes inside and out. He replaced one broken and ...