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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Russian TV Channels Available
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Longish drive to sarajevo with a little bit of a delay at each border crossing.
Stopped for a nice lunch. Nice mountains and history of sarajevo - winter olympic games, lots of wars and tings but the town seems to be recovering.
Lots of very tall young people around - see if I can get a job coaching the bosnian girls basketball team.
... stats, which was her PhD specialty! Tour took in the cemeteries around the suburbs, sniper alley, other main war locations and then the war tunnel - a tunnel under the airport that was 800 m long and took 4 months to build and was never discovered by the Serbs who were in the hills surrounding Sarajevo and bombing each and every day for a year - 1995. The tunnel was a way to get supplies into the ...
... Children's Memorial, memorializing the youth that died during the war and promising to never have something like this happen again. Eventually, make my way far enough on the map that there is really nothing else to see so head down a block and walk back the way I came for a a long while. Eventually, I come to the 1880-1918 Museum, telling the story of the time while under Austo-Hungarian rule, culminating in the assassination of Archduke Ferdinand and World War ...
Have to say the ride from Sarajevo to Dubrovnik was excellent on good open roads with lots of sweeping corners and delightful views. Mostly we followed the Neretva River that has a couple of huge manmade lakes on it as well as some little villages and towns. From Mostar down the river and road separate briefly but you come to the delta of the river with almost total flood irrigation style farming. There are fruit stalls all along the ...
... and religion. We went from the Republika Srpska and Orthodox Churches, through Sarajevo, mostly Muslim Bosniak with lots of mosques and great Turkish-inspired food, into Herzegovina, with a Croatian/Catholic, and Dalmatian influence. But I am getting ahead of myself.
Driving through farmland, seeing families harvesting hay by hand, plumping it into bales 10 feet high and 20 feet around, growing their own food, and looking at us with curiosity as we drove by, we felt ...