City Boutique Hotel
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... town. That evening we caught up with one of the Aussie guys I met in Mykonos who happened to be in the city. Unfortunately I was then sick for the next couple of days. Not sure what it was that upset my stomach since everything I had eaten, Tess had also had too but it made the next couple of days a bit uncomfortable. We did manage to get out a little bit. Managed to do a walking tour which was really interesting learning about the war and what life was like in the city during ...
... br> Slovenia didn't become a country until 1991, so although the conflict 80 years before was significant in the completion of the road, it was not Slovenia. Anyway, I digress. The road was so steep back then and prone to closure through snow that the army also built a series of Telgraphiques or Flying Foxes to resupply the troops. Although the max payload of each cage was only 100kgs, they were able to move 25 tonne of supplies a day. During construction of the road ...
... I chilled out for a bit before popping out to take some night pictures of the city because it looked stunning all lit up. Just before I went back to the hostel to grab my luggage to head to the bus station I went to the shop and bought the boys two more big bottles of beer and some snacks for my overnight journey Croatia. When I got back to the hostel they still wasn't back so I put the beers in the fridge and messaged Maxime on Facebook saying that I'm sorry I ...
... as the famous bridge lit up at night time was on the cover of our Lonely Planet so it was a reminder of what was to come, it didn't disappoint! Not only was it stunning at night time but during the day it was gorgeous from a minaret we climbed nearby. We even met up with our friend Craig for some traditional Bosnian food and a few drinks at a local pub, good times!
... needed to wrap our heads around the very serious subject matter we came across at both the Sarajevo Tunnel Museum, and at Gallery 11/07/95, an exhibit dedicated to the crimes against humanity perpetrated during the Srebenica Massacre. Perhaps most "interesting" was the Tunnel Museum, mostly because we had a great tour guide that had actually survived the siege as a young child, and lent a very personal touch to ...