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  • Celebrations in BelgradeAs we arrived in Serbia's capital on sunday, we knew something special was going on: people were cheering, cars were hooting and bikers were pulling wheelies galore down the main street. As we got closer to our hotel we realized Posted by The Minion in Motorcycle Adventure Tour | Jul 8, 2011
  • Nis, SerbiaRode from Macedonia to Nis in Serbia, the roads are slightly better here although they were doing roadworks so only had a single lane. We arrived late afternoon and checked into a hotel in the town centre. No camping here Posted by XJR1300 in Motorcycle Adventure Tour | Jul 4, 2011
  • Day Six - Belgrade Hello from Beograd! As said on Facebook we have survived our first night train. We got to the station about 10.50 to get the 11.30pm train-unfortunately it was delayed by 50 minutes so we had to hang around-Typical for Balkan trains When Posted by daisyaj in our bonanza travel around the Balkans | Jun 20, 2011
  • PutovanjeSutra počinje čuveni trip iliti put za ameriku. Prva stanica - aerodrom u Londonu 5 sati cekanja. Druga i odredišna stanica - JFK NY.juhuu! Zadnje veče u Beogradu prilično smorno jer moja drugarica sve vreme zeva i ceka da mi Posted by neca pereca in Preko okeana | Jun 23, 2011
  • Ottoman Trek Part Two From Sarajevo we headed across the Bosnia-Serbia border towards the capital of Serbia, Belgrade! And so begins the next blog entry for our Eastern Trek... Day Three After such an amazing time in Sarajevo enjoing the wonderful people and fanta Posted by katenmicka in Kate and Micka's European Adventure | Jun 3, 2011
  • BeogradI am in Thessaloniki, Greece now. I arrived this morning at 7am on a bus from Belgrade, Serbia. It was a 12-hour bus ride but flew by as I now feel like a seasoned traveler, unphased by hours Posted by JulesCV in Alive | Apr 30, 2011
  • Examining the NATO Bombing of Serbia (Part II - Targets)BELGRADE, Serbia (Sep. 18-20, 2010) -- I arrived in Belgrade, Serbia to investigate key aspects of the country’s 1999 military conflict with NATO as part of my research for an upcoming thriller. NATO launched a major bombing campaign against the Posted by AC Frieden in The Frieden Trails | Sep 30, 2010
  • Examining the NATO Bombing of Serbia (Part I - Weaponry)BELGRADE, Serbia (Sep. 18-20, 2010) -- I arrived in Belgrade, Serbia to investigate key aspects of the country’s 1999 military conflict with NATO as part of my research for an upcoming thriller. NATO launched a major bombing campaign against Posted by AC Frieden in The Frieden Trails | Sep 30, 2010
  • Here we go....Hello people. It's been just over a week since we left Canada, time to finally get this blog up and running. Sunday morning was an absolute disaster. We were both brutally hungover and the apartment was in shambles and in no Posted by cale_ivana in Cale & Ivana's Travel Blog | Sep 28, 2010
  • Day 38. SerbiaWhile in Bulgaria, we explored the city of Sofia. We only stayed for about an hour. Its a nice city, but nothing special to me. It looked too business like and serious for me. Then we crossed into Serbia and Posted by AKISSA in Contiki European Ultimate 2010 | Jun 3, 2010
  • From Belogradchik, Bulgaria and then through SerbiaSaturday 10th July Carried our journey onwards and upwards, sadly leaving behind cheap and interesting Bulgaria. The country had a last final showing for us though. We arrived in Belogradchik along a road with craggy red rock peaks of hills and Posted by marklorna in Mark and Lorna's European Adventure | Aug 25, 2010
  • In BelgradeJust doing a quick check-in to let people know that I'm in Belgrade. The last two days have comprised of intense travel. A group of us rented a car in Dubrovnik in order to get north. Lindsay and Posted by DavidJFabe in Europe 2010 | Jul 19, 2010
  • Marko's Opulent Pancakes This second week here it has actually been really good. The days has been warm and nice, The last few days were really warm. We went to swim, had some watermelon, and went to Tito's maus Posted by Sockerbit in Saras reseblog | Jul 8, 2010
  • Rain in Serbia Have you ever experienced bureaucracy? In France I had to bring a paid electricity bill every time I needed to show that I was who I claimed to be (to get a bus card for example) and Posted by Sockerbit in Saras reseblog | Jun 29, 2010
  • Paint your World ! When I was a kid, I trusted the adults, politicians, teachers and religious leaders. I always thought it was those who make the decisions, the ones who make the world work. I trust Posted by fmuldowney in Paint Your World | Apr 26, 2010
  • "Helping Globie" a new adventure! When I was a kid, I trusted the adults, politicians, teachers and religious leaders. I always thought it was those who make the decisions, the ones who make the world work. The Posted by fmuldowney in Believing in Harvey | Apr 26, 2010
  • Eastern Danube Fall 2009 - Novi Sade This morning we visited Novi Sade, the 2nd largest city in Serbia. What a nice town! Very clean and beautiful.For a long time this was larger than Belgrade and Debrovnic [sp??], bu Posted by dgreening in Our Travels | Oct 2, 2009
  • Eastern Danube Fall 2009 - BelgradeBelgrade is very pretty, modern looking. This area has been taken over about 100 times in its 2000 year history [new rulers every 20 years or so]. One of the real highlights is Cathedral of Saint Sava. This is named Posted by dgreening in Our Travels | Oct 1, 2009
  • Eastern Danube Fall 2009 - Sailing the Iron GatesWe left Romania this morning as left Bulgaria and are now sailing between Serbia [to the south and Romania/ Transylvania to the north]. We are now in a section of the Danube known as the Iron Gates. This is a Posted by dgreening in Our Travels | Sep 30, 2009
  • Swinging back toward homeThis trip has been less about sight-seeing and more about catching up with friends before I start law school and am shoved so far into debt that travel will be rendered next to impossible. I'm happy that I managed Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Aug 1, 2009
  • Is Serbia Safe For ForeignersKarl Haudbourg, the self-styled "Ambassador of Serbia to the World" and a guy that's doing great work to improve Serbia's international image, found my blog and after some back-and-forth conversation asked me to write an article for his webpage. Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Jul 27, 2009
  • VojvodinaPlanning to get an early start but owing to the complicating factors of drinking too much the night before, me desperately wanting a haircut and the fact that we're all basically on vacation we didn't leave for Vojvodina until 2pm. Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Jul 21, 2009
  • Quick commentary on BelgradeToday Mateja and I met up with one of his university friends and one of her friends. We walked around the city, got bitten by a ton of mosquitoes and sat at another one of the boat cafes. Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Jul 19, 2009
  • Checking in from BeogradMade it to Beograd tonight. It's a little bit cooler here in the city than it was in Nis last night. However, it's more humid so... yeah. Mateja's flat in Beograd is on the top floor of Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Jul 18, 2009
  • Investing in SerbiaFor the past five days I've been giving a lot of thought to the problems facing Serbia as time marches forward. Primarily I tend to view political and social ills as best solved through economic means. However, Serbia Posted by DavidJFabe in David Faber's Travel Blog | Jul 17, 2009

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