Jamming with the locals in Belgrade, Serbia.
The Federal Association of Globetrotters is a fantastic bar in Belgrade.
It is hidden in the basement of an apartment building.
This bar began at the end of the 1990's.
Those who were in protest against Milosevic congregated in this speakeasy.
It's now an established place, and hosts live music such as the "Two From Blue".
Scott and Michael made lots of new friends.
The House of the National Assembly (Parliament) building in Belgrade.
The "Old Palace" in the background houses the City Assembly of Belgrade.
Belgrade is the capital and largest city of Serbia.
It is one of the largest cities in Southeastern Europe.
Belgrade has the status of a separate territorial unit in Serbia.
It has its own autonomous city government.
Fifteen percent of Serbia's population lives in Belgrade.
Belgrade covers 3.6 percent of Serbia's territory.
The city lies at the confluence of the Sava and Danube rivers.
The historic areas and buildings of Belgrade are among the city's premier attractions.
There also are many parks, monuments, museums, cafés, restaurants and shops.
Belgrade has a reputation for a vibrant nightlife, with many clubs open until dawn.
Wildly varying architecture contrasts historical with modern.
Belgrade has an extensive public transport system based on buses, trams, and trolleybuses.
It is the most economically developed part of Serbia.
As of 2009, over 40 percent of Serbia's GDP is generated by the city.
Belgrade is home to many ethnicities from all over the former Yugoslavia.
Many people came to the city as economic migrants from smaller towns and the countryside.
Many Middle Easterners came in order to pursue their studies during the 1970s and 1980s.
The Yugoslav wars of the 1990s caused thousands of refugees to arrive in Belgrade.
With the city's expansion, traffic congestion has become a major problem.
The Cathedral of Saint Sava is one of the largest Orthodox cathedrals in the world.
The church is dedicated to Saint Sava, founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
It is built on the location where his remains were burned in 1595.
After the elections in 2000, Belgrade was the site of major street protests.
These demonstrations resulted in the ousting of president Milosevic.
Saying goodbye to new friends.
Watch where you stick that thing, buddy!