Hotel Ero

Dr. Ante Starcevica, Mostar, 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mostar

Things just always seem to work out perfectly

A travel blog entry by nigel.terrea


... 2 nights however, we were ready to move on and reach our final Croatian destination, Dubrovnik.

Originally, the 4 of us were going to drop the car off in Split and bus to Dubrovnik but we discovered it was going to be cheaper to extend the car rental and drive so it was an easy decision. It was about a 3-4 hour drive because we chose to cruise the coastal highway which was a lot slower but well worth it. Narrow roads built into the side of cliffs hundreds ...

Medugorje & Mostar, Bosnia-Herzegovina - Day 3

A travel blog entry by coznlinda


... The last crossing was a little more formal as we crossed back into Bosnia. Our guide, Andrea said that Bosnian passport control is very strict when allowing Asians and Americans across their border. Should I be offended???

Our first stop was in Medugorje and unfortunately, I didn't have the opportunity to climb Apparition Hill. Maybe a blessing when you see how high the hill is -- but I did get the opportunity to take communion and walk the stations of ...


A travel blog entry by meganfisher


... been mostly the same. Bosnia and Herzegovina is the first place that is completely different. Not only is this because literally every building is full of bullet holes, but also because it has a large Muslim population. There are mosques throughout the city and you hear the call to prayer five (I think) times a day. It is an amazing city with such a terrible history. The war was relatively recent here, 1992-1995. It is crazy to think that everyone over the age of 36 ...

Stari Most

A travel blog entry by cutiebanana


... West has, however, greatly aided my understanding. The difficulty is that one needs knowledge of about a thousand years to grasp it.

Mostar was lovely...but still sad. There are bullet holes still and oh so many graves.

We had much borek at a place where the proprietor joked with us about paying in Yen and then spoke of his love for the Pacers.

Waterfalls in Mostar

A travel blog entry by katevoss


... and strange to walk through and sad to think about what happened to the people in the bank as well as those who were victims of the snipers. Anyway, after this we then went for a walk through the park which was a bit more light hearted and headed back to the hostel. At the hostel I did more organising, some blogging (after a scare that my computer didn’t turn on but then I just had to take the battery out ...

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