Pansion Aldi

Lacina 69a, Mostar, 88104, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

BL #21: Feel the Danger in Bosnia

A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 23, 2014

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... so quickly, and in such quantities, as our tolerance would have been at an acceptable level. Even though we had some drinks in Croatia and overdosed on wine at the smorgasbord on the Stockholm-Helsinki ferry, the nearly complete lack of alcohol consumption in Scandinavia nearly did us in tonight!

How terrible would that have been, had we been so tipsy that we stumbled off the top of Mostar's venerated Stari Most? ...

The Balkans

A travel blog entry by melrobertson on Jun 22, 2014

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... to Albania was to catch a bus to close to the boarder and then walk across. We had some pretty good roast lamb for dinner that night. Apparently its a national dish. Also got a pint of beer for about $1.50 AUD. The next day we had decided to head down to Kotor. It's a little lake side town that I must say was worth seeing. It took us about 2 hours to get there on the public bus. It was already about 35 degrees when we got there and were told at information the ...

Mostar - A tale of two cities

A travel blog entry by lauraclaire82 on Jun 25, 2013

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... man on the street and whilst there are actual regeneration signs all over the city, these don't translate to the buildings. Mostar has no where near been completely regenerated, a sad fact when the war was over 2 decades ago. Houses are added to as and when funds are available and in the meantime their occupants simply make do. Some of the derelict houses which are still standing I understand were homes occupied before the war, the owners either have ...

More in Mostar

A travel blog entry by davidavi on Aug 06, 2012

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... The monument is Bosnian, but lies on Croatian territory. The two ethnicities stick to their own which means Bosnians do not go to the Croatian side to maintain it so it lies in ruins, just as many buildings still do.

Discussing only the effects of the war in the city paints an incomplete picture though. Although
immensely damaged buildings abound, there are still beautiful sights. The high school in Mostar is stunning and ...

History lesson!

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne on Mar 31, 2012

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... to stay in hostels here than it has been to camp in France or Italy :)
Luci and I ventured into the old town to see some fantastic old buildings and particularly the famous old bridge which was bombed and demolished during the siege in the 90's.

We had a maxi-meat platter for two at a local restaurant and we were both soooo full... but soooo happy! Great food in Bosnia!

Off to Sarajevo in the morning



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