Pansion Stari Grad
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We arrived into Sarajavo at about 3 pm. It's a beautiful, compact city, located on the Miljacka River in a valley surrounded by rounded, green hills. It's mostly rebuilt after the siege in the late 1990's - early 2000's during the Bosnian War, but there are still some physical scars and lots of commemorations to the events and victims of the war. In preparation ...
... Bosnian countryside is gorgeous, driving through valleys and mountains, the lush vegetation and streaming rivers are beautiful.
Around 5:30, get to the Sarajevo bus station and proceed to walk to my hotel, a good 2 kilometers from the bus station, ugh. Arrive at around 6:00 to a very nondescript building, the Hotel Kosak. Check-in and drop my luggage at my room, which is a nice, small room that, while not as nice as ...
... day we focused on Sarajevo's more recent past, including the events that occurred following the violent breakup of the former Yugoslavia in 1992. More than 10,000 people were killed during a 3 1/2 year siege of the city by Bosnian Serbs, shelling from hills above the city. We visited the famous Sarajevo Tunnel (also called the Tunnel of Hope), a vast underground passage dug in 1993 to ferry people and ...
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In Sarajevo, my heart was heavy and I couldn’t stop thinking about what it was like to live there, seeing the evidence of war all around me. But I also felt so awkward, recognizing my own privilege, since we also had a wonderful experience in a cute hotel in the old city, at the top of a cobblestoned hill, next to an ancient Muslim cemetery. We ate wonderful food and shopped in the Turkish Bazaar. We arrived just as dusk fell and ...
... can be found all across the city. It is sometimes difficult to remember Bosnia was a war-torn country only two decades ago and that the relationship among the Muslim Bosniaks, Orthodox Serbs, and Catholic Croats is still turbulent. Yet, I was pleasantly surprised by the Sarajevo city-center. The town is lively and colorful and the people are friendly and inviting. I am definitely looking forward to the rest of my trip.