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saren



Joined: 19 Nov 2007
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2008 12:26 pm    Post subject: The Best of Serbia list Reply with quote

The Best of Serbia list

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BELGRADE (Beograd)

GENERAL
buy 29dinar bus tickets from trafikas, or shops to save
visit kalemegdan fortress before walk down to Skadarlija
Knez Mihailova
Strahinjića Bana
Ada Ciganlija beach
Sveti Sava
Torlak hill (view)?
Avala hill (take weekend bus 400 for view?)
Zemun view of Belgrade


CUISINE
Burek (mornings)
grilled chicken wrapped in bacon and stuffed with cheese
GURMANSKA PLJESKAVICA
Sarma, Gibanica, Punjene paprika sa sirom, pohovani plavi patlidžan, Mešano meso, pljeskavica keimak,ajvar
Pasulj, Roštilj, proja (cornbread), sir (cheese) and kajmak,
Rakija plum brandy, Loza
suva pita sa orasima,orasnice
ćevape (tyevape)

Are any of these places good?
Stepin Vajat and Duff at Autokomanda,
Loki in downtown area
Bajlonova Pijaca market
PINK - Solunskih boraca, Zarkovo, and Iva too

NIGHTLIFE
Tramvaj
Marta street
Udruzenje Svetskih Putnika (Club of World Travellers), at 29 Novembra, 7
Starogradska music in Kafana's
Floating club on Sava


MORE OF SERBIA TO COME...

CRITERIA for LIST:
-memorable/dramatic scenery & landscape photography. Where to find the best (viewpoints, vistas, city views, panoramas, skylines, sunsets, etc..)?
-the unique outdoors, hikes/hilltops/lookouts, and amazing views.
-lovely/charming streets, cute villages, and magnificent/attractive architecture
-authentic/unforgettable "local" travel experiences (i.e. non-typical, interesting/special experiences (full of original character), and unique only to the local area).
-the best freebies (museums, galleries excluded)
-specialty/unique regional cuisine/gastronomy (or the BEST places to eat (w/ local's prices, food made with love/regional favorites, and not too many tourists eating there)),
-anything else off-the beaten path.

Thanks again
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scot47



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 10:45 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What about teaching English ? I mean this is Dave's ESLcafe not Dave's Rouigh Guide to Serbia.
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saren



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PostPosted: Tue Jul 15, 2008 1:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

yes i have another post for ENglish teaching in Serbia, although it's moved to PM
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