Guest house Skend
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... trek back up the hill to our hotel. It's not that far but it did get the heart pounding and brought on a "glow".
Tomorrow we've got the morning to explore on our own and then in the afternoon, we're going on a tour of the Tunnel of Life and learning about the Sarajavo siege from 1999-2003 from a local guide.
For now it's off to bed.
... Bosnians had built to get from one part Bosnian controlled land to another. The tunnel was 800m long but reasonably large still. The house at the entry to the tunnel was covered in bullet holes and shrapnel wounds. We then went up a big hill to have lunch (donut things which you spread different cheeses over) and then saw the old bobsled tracks. These weren't in ...
... bc we all know Europeans can't survive without those! Then Ossman took us to our Airbnb where he spoke to our host, Mickey, for a minute and they both seemed to take a liking to each other. Mickey took us in with our luggage he kept calling "too heavy," sat us down and served us Turkish coffee, which was the best coffee both of us ever had! We then spent the afternoon walking around parts we found interesting like the Sarajevska Brewery and the old town with all the ...
... 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, ...
... from Sarajevo to Mostar, which was also beautiful, was endured largely in silence.
Mostar literally means “bridge city” and the tiny medieval town above the Neretva River valley was famous for 500 years for its beautiful bridge, built during Ottoman times. The bridge was a UNESCO heritage structure, linking two sides of the fairy tale town to each other. The town reeks of cute. Quaint stone bridges, cobblestones, mosques and churches, all three cultures ...