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TravelPod Member ReviewsPansion Rose Mostar
Very comfortable rooms with very hospitable and kind hosts. Would highly reccomend this family B&B
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... east side and the bells of the church on the west. As we walked between and around the two sides, any other differences were basically unnoticeable to us as visitors.
We walked across the Old Bridge, the main identifying feature of Mostar, and couldn’t help but get a little shiver, knowing its history. It was built in the 1500’s and was 472 years old when it was destroyed on November 9, 1993. 64 grenades hit before it collapsed. It represented ...
... our wandering through the streets which held many abandoned and bullet-riddled buildings. A lot of half built buildings were also scattered around the place which Teo later told us was due to major corruption and a huge part of the money laundering that still goes on. A lot of people just want to finish building their house but literally can't get the materials because of all the crooks around the place.
It started to spit so we quickly called in to the cake shop which ...
... fire. Large holes in outside walls indicated direct hits by heavier caliber shelling.
The owners of our pension, Suzanna and Ned, are Muslim. Ned was engaged in direct fighting for the entire course of the war, 6 April 1992 – 14 December 1995. During our departure ride to the bus station, Ned freely answered our many questions about his ...
... dusty streets we found the little side road to navigate down to the hostel. The hostel we were staying at was Majdas Hostel. The hostel had come hugely recommended by people we had met earlier in the trip and also by Rhys and Brooke from their previous visits here. Upon entering the hostel it appeared you were arriving at someone’s house. The front of the hostel simply had a patio with shoes lined up outside and when you entered the hostel ...
... To that end, we parked in a public parking lot and walked across the Old Bridge.
Once we were across the bridge into Old Town, we stopped to have a coffee in a cafe named Vinoteka. Our plan was to relax with a coffee and then explore Old Town. We actually didn't end up doing that.
During the war in the '90s, Mostar was under siege for ...