Herzegovina Hotel Sarajevo
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Most of Sarajevo’s museums are quite small. For example, the one devoted to the four decades of Austro-Hungarian rule in Sarajevo at the site of Franz Ferdinand’s assassination was a disappointing single room. Sarajevo’s Jewish museum is located in the city’s old Sephardi synagogue and was quite interesting. Up until the Nazi Holocaust during WWII Sarajevo had a large Jewish population of both Sephardic and Ashkenazi Jews.
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... the world as a whole.
Heading back down the hill we made our way to join the Siege Tour that I had booked for us. This would give us an even more informed image of how the city was during the Bosnian War, being able to visit the Siege Tunnel used in the war to provide relief to the residents without the fear of being shot as they crossed the runway to the rest of the free Bosnian ...
... I should of got off when I saw the cities skyline. I found a cafe at the bus station where I bought a coffee and used their wifi to find out where I had to go. It turned up that I was at one Maxime told me not to go to but I wasn't to know which one it was was because it was dark and had no signs. I slowly drank my coffee and decided to walk to the city instead of getting a taxi. It was going to take me over and hour and a half but I didn't mind because it was a good ...
... I’m Tasha taking a leak.
3. - Catsup usually costs extra at restaurants, especially at fast food joints.
4. - It’s not uncommon in Bosnian or Herzegovinian villages to see the Cyrillic translations on street signs crossed out with black spray-paint.
5. - Croatian beer leaves a little to be desired but their fruit brandy, rakija, is pretty good, and surprisingly, not too sweet.
6. - We were wondering why we always see hordes ...
... Park and our next stop. Lucky for Harold it meant a journey over the mountain pass, built during the Second World War by Russian POW’s. These Russians must have loved the hairpin bend as they allowed us the pleasure of no less than 32 on the way up, and equal on the other side. In torrential rain at some points and multiple sheep crossings this was testing however, the weather cleared just is time for us to see the amazing views. Lots of cute ...