City Boutique Hotel
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... less than legitimate over-the-counter insurance from the restaurant at the border crossing. The man holding our passports hostage during the transaction seemed to think it was all above board so we drove on. Crossing the border was one of the most drastic scenery changes we had experienced. We were soon amongst a country that quite cleary was recovering, and struggling too, from a far too recent conflict. Buildings remained in rubble, roads in ...
... to calm and collect your thoughts. As fun as visiting Sarajevo is, it can be mentally and emotionally exhausting - so much tragic history has transpired here that at some point, you need a fun diversion for a short time, to digest all that you have just learned about the cruel depths of depravity that humankind is capable of inflicting on others.
Beyond the teas, shisha, drinks, and desserts we had today, ...
... I found a tour online called Sarajevo Funky Tours that was working today. Most companies were off because they are still celebrating Labour Day, but this company was still working. I booked in for a half day tour called the Seige Tour and it started at 1pm. It was €20, which is pretty expensive for a half day tour, but I felt like it was necessary to hear the history of what happened in the city. It was a great ...
... through the tunnel – water, electricity, gas, food, medicine and weapons. The tunnel became the symbol of the defenceless people´s resistance toward one of the greatest armies in Europe. Today it is possible to see around 25 meters of the tunnel which is situated under the house of the Kolar family that actually runs the museum. They were owners of the house before the war, during the war until these days so their own memories represent valuable contribution to ...
... free to do what we wanted. We decided to have a look around markets first, after gelato of course. In the markets you could buy bullet pens. There were pens made out of actual bullets left from the war. The Bosnian people said we have a better use for these and turned them into pens. As they say, there's no more powerful weapon than the pen. They also made stunning things out of grenade cases. After purchasing a few of these we went up the twist ...