City Boutique Hotel
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... the week. His stories of the constant and what he believes will be ever-present tensions in the region were fascinating. In the evening we had some drinks with our hosts and their friends. We can really get used to Serbian drink prices and Serbian hospitality. Everyone gets out at night and the pavement is filled with people very happily drinking and smoking.
Our second full day in Belgrade was spent bike riding around town. After a ...
... finishing line. It was cool.
Now to get back down to town... We had sent our taxi away and just kind of hoped to wing a ride down but didn’t have much luck with the incredibly stoned Aussies already having a full car (they offered to squeeze me in before they saw there was two of us and 5 in the back seat wasn’t going to fly). We waited for a while and Jamie played with the paint left by some taggers we had seen earlier with instructions to enjoy it. By ...
... these are becoming quite popular!), with Inside Tours Sarajevo. Our guide Riyhad, took Rose and I around the central part of the city, including the markets, various churches, sniper alleys and the famous Latin Bridge, where Franz Ferdinand was assassinated to ignite the First World War. A delicious meal of stuffed eggplant, stuffed veal and homemade bread was enough to end a busy ...
... side, and of course a local beer. Then went on a city walking tour which really was interesting, talking about their culture and of course the war in the ninetys. He was a funny guy and he knew so much while only being 19! It is so crazy to think there was a war here not that long ago, seeing evidence of it just breaks your heart. With bullet ridden walls and abandoned houses smashed to pieces, and chunks out the pavements. Went to a ...
... with large bullet holes. The house has an exhibit inside with newspaper articles from all over the world reporting on the war and on the tunnel (there were even some in Swedish), war photographs, military equipment, and uniforms. There is also a place to watch a movie, which is about 15 minutes long. This film was very shocking and moving. It is silly, but to me, war footage is something that should be so… well, old. But, this war was in the '90s. ...