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TravelPod Member ReviewsAstra Hotel Sarajevo
What a lovely hotel. The staff at reception are delightful: smiling, helpful and friendly. Our room was spacious and full of character. Breakfast was excellent. This is a splendid place to stay, and is literally round the corner from the site of Franz Ferdinand's assassination.
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*warning contains nil humour as written during episode of melchonoly* The crossing from Montenegro into Bosnia must be one of the most scenic in the world. Turquoise rivers, huge mountains and Europe's biggest canyon. Entering Bosnia I was welcomed by a big Serbian flag and a sign saying "welcome to the republic of sprska" I thought I'd caught the bus to the wrong country until I discovered Bosnia is divided in little kind of ...
... Her host was Jasmine, who was 23, divorced and lived with her two sons and her parents. She had the same menu, plus stuffed onions. Jasmine works for a travel agency, but wants to become a tour guide. We all had to be back at the bus by 9:00. After we returned, I went out for ice cream with Sandy & Jessie. Each of us had been in a different group so we compared notes. Very interesting what their impressions were. Back in the room we talked and watched Sharknado ...
... war as being the UNs darkest hour. Unfortunately I feel better and worse, knowing much more about what went on here and what the reasons behind it were. At 1.30 in the morning I just had to shut the computer and sleep.
Having been ripped off by a sticker seller the day before, the first call of the day was back to the old town to get my money back, and get the correct flag. Then find our way out of town amidst the disruption caused by an ...
... does not politically control this region but most of the inhabitants are of Serbian ethnicity. During the Dayton Peace Accords, when the former Yugoslavia was being carved up, it was agreed that largely Serb areas would be discriminated against if not recognized as a sort of separate yet assimilated entity, part of Bosnia (largely Muslim) and Herzegovina (largely Croat). Serbia is tenuously aligned with Russia, who supported its efforts during the last war, hence the ...
... our guide started pointing out family members and friends names on a wall of all the people killed during the siege. It really hit home how horrible life must have been for these people during the siege.
On a happier note, today was out 4 year wedding anniversary. We put on the nicest clothes we packed and went to the nicest restaurant in Sarajevo. The food was delicious, and so was the wine. We had a great time!