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Travel Blogs from Mostar
We spent our second full day in Mostar exploring the city itself. We wandered the old town, visited a couple of Byzantine-era homes, climbed a minaret (I did, anyway), and generally lingered. And we ate well.
Or we thought we ate well. While dinner that night tasted great, it apparently came with some extra bacteria free of charge. Sheila …
From Dubrovnik (about which, in the previous entry, I was perhaps slightly too harsh. But only slightly), we hired a car for a week or so and took off to parts unknown. First stop: Mostar, in the 'Herzegovina' part of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mostar is the largest city in Herzegovina, and is famous for its 16th-century peaked stone bridge over the …
This is a great little place in the rugged hills Of Herzegovina. First impressions really did rock us however with the outskirts certainly reminding us that this was a warzone not that many years ago. We were wondering what the accommodation was going to be because it looked pretty bleak, with burnt out buildings and some may say …
Mostar: We had intended to leave Dubrovnik and travel back to one of the number of very nice seaside towns/villiages we had passed through on our way south to Dubrovnik. But we encountered, for the first time, some spots of rain on the windscreen and it was down to a wintry 24deg.
So as the sky was pretty forbidding we decided …
Ahh the Serbs and Croats... always causing some trouble wherever they go... Such an interesting part of the world with so much recent history. The breakup of Yugoslavia was only 20 odd years. Its weird walking around the streets of these countries where you know people walking around have killed and lost people close to them in a war. The impact and scars of war we ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking