Hotel Hecco Deluxe
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... than Matt but made arrangements to meet him at his hostel, the Franz Ferdinand for drinks later. We didn't realize it at the time, but where we got off our tram near the river was the place where Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were shot. Our hostel, the Residence Rooms was only 2 blocks from there. We literally walked on the exact spot where his driver took a wrong turn and got stuck in traffic. What a story that is. It would make ...
... centre with missing persons wall, recognises the life of the survivors, areas of crime and mapping of the genocide. It's a pretty intense experience, so recent in history the footage is very real!, shivers accompany the realisation of the peoples struggles so recently in history.. Students in the films casually inform the camera they must now run so as to avoid being shot by the snipers, as they made their way to lessons!
I spent more of the day wandering ...
... famous for it's role in WWI; the city is the location of Franz Ferdinand's assassination. Visitors may view the site where he and his wife Sophie were shot by Gavrilo Princip, along with window panels explaining the events leading to the assassination. The panels were translated into English and were very informative. The site only took a few minutes to see, but was definitely worth stopping by. After touring, my mother ...
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The second is the Sarajevo Tunnel:
The Story of the Tunnel
Friday 23 May 2014 was a very intense and forceful day. Before arriving in Sarajevo, Darlene did her usual thorough research and discovered a "tunnel tour." I said, "Sure" and she booked it. It turned out to be more than a tunnel tour.
Today might be the day when I realized just how amazing a country Bosnia actually is. The 5:30am alarm bell was a bit of a shock to the system but totally necessary if I was to make the once every 12 hour train to Sarajevo. I dragged myself out of bed and off to the train station- surprisingly large building for the 5 trains a day that pass by. A 1980's two carriage diesel train pulls into the station and we all hop aboard. I find myself in a compartment with a policeman on his ...