Alfa Art Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... felt sorry it didn't have the lavish attention it deserves. For now it's quiet and dark, almost eerie because it looks so pretty in the shadows. There are no signs, no tour guides, no gift shop, no indication at all that this astonishingly beautiful place is here.
The plan was to spend the day in the cool of an air conditioned museum, as the forecast was for highs of 36 degrees, so we headed out to the Fine Arts Museum flanking Heroes Square. First we passed by a monument to the 1956 uprising, which stared at one end with scattered dissenters (columns) which quickly came together to form one united resistance (columns grouped closer together, becoming one massive metal piece). When we arrived at the museum, a large school ...
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# of bus rides: 15
# of taxis: 2
# New beers: 26
# of monies found: 1.40 Euros, 8.05 soles, 5 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 ...
... room with a closet. We also get our own bathroom and it came with a hair dryer! It's the little joys in life :) September 15th: Since it was Sunday, we had to find a church. We wanted to try a Roman Catholic Church but since it is a requirement for out Pilgrimage to attend the same church each week, a group of us decided to go to a church more similar to one at home. I navigated us to Rome Baptist Church. It's super close to the Trevi Fountain. The Baptist church is a ...
... jump off.
That afternoon we watched the sun-set over the bridge and city, before finding a pub to watch the champions league and have dinner. It wasn't too long after that that we headed home, as we had a 7am bus to catch to Kotor tomorrow morning.
Things of Note:
- Mostari (local spelling of Mostar) means bridge keeper. This bridge as been here since 1564 (despite being rebuilt after the war), and at the time was an archaeological phenomena, as ...