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Sarajevo with Bronte
- Cool city - kinda Turkish. Pretty touristy in Old Town, but its nice.
- There are lots of reminders of the war - memorials, war-destroyed buildings, and lots of "Sarajevo Roses" (concrete 'scars' from mortar explosions where people died, which have been filled with red resin)
- Walking tour with very …
This morning, tour Mostar, the principal city of the Herzegovina region. The city is named for the watchtowers (mostars in Bosnian) of its historic bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The bridge spans the Neretva River, which divides the town into Muslim and Croat sections and was designed by the Ottoman architect Mimar Hayruddin in the 16th century. The stone structure was built over ...
... the water. I twist Leo's arm to go have a beer - which translates into 3 cokes for him and 3 beers for me. As we enter the bar, we are the only patrons. I walk up to the bar and in perfect Bosnian, which sounds remarkably like my Midwest Ohio English, I ask if they are open for a beer. Of course they are...I'm going to like this place. It turns out the owner of the bar is from Seattle and met his wife here during the war. He is / was a medevac for ...
... coffee with the German girl because we lost the girl from Bulgaria. At 11.45 we said goodbye to each other and went to catch our bus.
When we reached the bus station we met the girl from Bulgaria who just wanted to say bye to us. We exchanged our contacts and separated. Maybe we'll meet her again, this time in Sofia where she comes from.
Our bus was late and it arrived at 13.00. It cost us BAM 32 per person and BAM 2 for luggage. It took us only 2 hours to get to ...
... co-exist in the same place and Mostar was regarded as the most multicultural city in the whole of the former Yugoslavia. Combining all these beautiful old religious monuments were thatched stone and wooden houses and amazing shiny marble cobble stone pathways. This would have looked amazing had there not been half a million tourists on the street and another half a million tourist shops selling all types of traditional Bosnian “Made in China” souvenirs.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHostel Miturno Mostar
Very basic hostel, though I suspect most in Mostar would be. Bed was uncomfortable. Bathroom downstairs wasn't so nice, but upstairs there was a much nicer one. The internet and computers were good, and the location was great - very close to Old Town, and not far from a big supermarket. Can walk from the bus station pretty easily too.
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