Pansion Stari Grad
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... lived through the war as a child. She led us through the city, showing us where bombs and grenades had hit buildings and explained what life was like during the war. She and her friends would run to school to avoid being hit by grenades, and all non-essential trips from the house were avoided. She remembers getting weekly supplies from the international community, which were often rotten and barely edible. She recounted a particular day when ...
... food is delicious and so affordable. The streets are safe, except for gypsies, who beg and pick pockets, but are not aggressive. 19 days is not nearly long enough to tour the Balkans. I stopped at a local cafe to enjoy a cola and snack while blogging, watching the locals and relaxing as they do so well in Europe. Deb and I are meeting back at the hostel at 5, so I have to sign off for ...
... United Nations Protection Force) soldiers, were placed in the Balkans and aimed at providing food for the civilians of Sarajevo, although the quality of the food was not good.
Arijan spent a couple of hours playing a video, which showed clips of what happened during the siege. He would frequently stop the videos, so he could explain and we could discuss what we saw in greater detail. He is so passionate about the subject and he conveys his message ...
... out their coffee sets and serving trays in tiny shops along narrow, cobblestone alleys.
And shops are open for business. Unless it’s an ice cream shop.
Yesterday, we walked by the sladoled, (ice cream) stores without buying a cone. Now that we wanted one we learned that the stores were closed because ice cream season is over. Only in Sarajevo would they think that ice cream has a season!
... is the Congregational Church of the Holy Mother which is the largest Orthodox house of worship in Sarajevo. It was built in 1868.
Just a few steps from the Orthodox Christian church there is placed a Roman Catholic church called Cathedral of Jesusī Sacred Heart. It was built in 1889 in the Neo-Gothic style.
Then we passed by the art gallery that originally served as a typical Muslim bath – hamam (we already know this “institution” of ...