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Old September 19th, 2008, 08:30 AM   #1
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Default Belgrade(Serbia)

Belgrade(Serbia): The trail is I don't know how long. It is all the way on the side of 2 rivers. 1st part is siding the River Sava with parks on the side and the level of difficulty is not high since there are no hills. You can have the view on the downtown of the Old part of Belgrade while you are skating on this part of the trail. The other part of the trail is when the River Sava is arriving to an intersection where it meets the River Danube. This part is also really nice but there are more people skating there, since not so far there are activities of amusements for the kids. On that side, you are having the view on an Island not far and on our side of the river, you have all the Rafts (Restaurants, Bars) that are floating on the water. The City on the river is how we call Belgrade because it is Surrounded by two river and you have all those restaurants and bars that are on the river.

Another trail is Ada Lake. Approximately 8 Km to make a tour of the lake. The whole trail is partly in the woods where there are parks at some places and on the other side of the river, you are siding the lake and still covered by the shade of the trees to your other side. It is a bit repetitive when you want to do several km, but the trail is very well maintained and it is worth spending a few hours skating there. +, the trail is large enough to skate properly without having to pay attention like a mad to the persons around.

Another time, I will post about two other pretty nice trails in Montreal and Quebec City in Canada. They are really nice and well maintained. They are definitely worth being presented.
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