Holiday Inn Hotel Sarajevo (formerly Holiday Inn Sarajevo)
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... but to provide education, scholarships and travel opportunities for the young people of Sarajevo. We visited the Sarajevo Tunnel, an 800 metre long tunnel dug under an airport. It was significant during the war as it provided the only break in the city's surrounding ring of Serb forces. For the locals, it was the only way into or out of the city. Bascarsija, or Old Town, is home to many mosques, bazaars, coffee shops, restaurants and ...
... me a sense we were finally closing in on Sarajevo.
The city was spotted at 1332. It is large and mosques largely dominated the skyline. We got off and then walked some 200m to the local tram. Same was a 25 minute plus ride, some locals seemingly grousing about the lack of seats, no greater offender than John who took an extra one for his backpack.
A 5m walk had us at the Pension Skend. It has Turkish ownership so we had to take our shoes off on entering, ...
... and a good parking space. The underground parking was like a lethal game of Tetris, but once we had parked up (thankfully!) we got talking to a guy from Romania who was telling us that we should go visit his country, that it was beautiful and inexpensive and non-touristy, and that he likes to visit as much as he can. He also started talking about Asutria and how there was some sort of corrupt austro-hungarian conspiracy or mafia or something that stretched far across eastern Europe. ...