It was so hot that afternoon that even ownerless dogs found their way to the shade of the park and kids swam in the fountains.
We've been using our Bradt guide and a Belgrade Restaurant magazine to determine where we will eat. The magazine critiques restaurants; some are good and some are bad. One "bad" critique was for a floating restaurant called Dijalog. The other night when we were taking photos, we discovered Dijalog. A bad review really sinks the boat in Belgrade.
Mostly, we'e really enjoyed the restaurant selection in Belgrade. Our only miss was a "Mexican" restaurant called Zapata--the food was okay, but not anywhere close to real Mexican cuisine. The magazine reviewer liked the food. Obviously, the reviewer has never tried real Mexican food.
Our time in Belgrade is coming to an end. Tomorrow the three of us will go to the village of Ecka located about 60 kilometers (37 miles) north of Belgrade. Dan is conducting a "train the trainers" class there for Serbian lawyers.