Haven’t paid attention as to how Yugoslavia was carved up, since my 1991 visit. But McDonald’s in Belgrade had just opened up when we arrived in April, just before the war started in July.
It was expensive, but very worth it, as it was edible.
(Yugo beer sucks....)
posted on 08/04/2011 9:42:43 AM PDT
by G Larry
(I dream of a day when a man is judged by the content of his character)
To: G Larry
When the Beograd McD's opened (I think 1988 or so), they had problems with the local customers sitting all night at their table, as opposed to the in/out Western model.
The management decided to not allow smoking, so that kept the locals down to 2 minutes (the longest a Serb can go without a butt).
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