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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... parties. It was dumb luck that Princip happened to be standing there on a street where the car wasn't supposed to be. Some reported that he had an opportunity to shoot him at the bombing site but couldn't do it.
The story is so much more interesting than that even. Sophie was from a prominent Czech family, but was not in a royal line. Franz fell head over heels for her while pretending to court the daughter of a noblewoman, ...
Updates have been long overdue. My one and only excuse is there is just too much else to see and do!
It took some time to leave behind Budapest, partly due to our new found love of the sleep in and partly because we loved he city so much. We drove south towards Lake Balaton where families during the Soviet Union’s reign could meet one another living either side of the iron curtain. We didn’t make it far ...
... speak Bosnian (and Serbian) very well and will be acting as my translators during the trip (my Bosnian is limited to "Hvala" -thank you- and "Jebi se" -**** you-).
We landed in Sarajevo sometime in the afternoon. Having just flown ten hours from Dulles in DC, I was wiped out and ready to hit the sack. However, as many travelers know, acclimating to the current time zone is best done by staying up until you ...
... for generations. He spent most of his adult working career as a Sarajevo police officer.
For the next four and a half hours, we re-lived the Siege of Sarajevo and the construction of the Tunnel of Hope. Nermin Vlajcic lived and fought for the existence of his city and family. We rode from point to point in the city with a man who had spent his life walking the same dirt. In ...
... Sarajevo for training. We get chatting and he told me his life story- the war in Mostar began when the Serbians bombed the town in 1992 and his mother left the country taking him and his sister into Croatia while his dad stayed to fight. They then ended up moving to Sweden and then to Norway where their application for asylum was refused. At the end of the war they moved back join his father. He also informed me Mostar is culturally divided by the river- the Croatians live on ...