Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... yet so cheap and easy. We walked about a block down the street from our hostel to this little stand and bought a cevapi for about a dollar. A cevapi is essentially a huge pita pocket filled with spicy sausages, cabbage, carrots, onions, and fresh cream sauce. For a dollar. We easily could have split it but we decided instead to just eat in huge excess.
After lunch, we found a cab who agreed to take us to the tunnel museum ...
... and shoes are expensive, especially any American brands, which go for double the price we pay. Levi’s Jeans are about $85 USD; every person under 40 wears Converse and they are $125 USD.
10. - They don’t sell isopropyl rubbing alcohol.
And finally, your Croatian lesson:
Gdje je Roma tržnica? (Where is the Gypsy market?)
Kako se zovete? (What is your name?)
To je predivono. (That is beautiful)
Bok! (Hi, Bye, and ...
... on a tour of Sarajevo. Driving in eastern europe certainly has a unique set of rules and our driver was no different, it was not certain as to whether breakfast would actually stay down or not.
The first part of the tour covered most of what our taxi driver had the day before, which included The Holiday Inn (seen in most war montages), Eiffel Bridge, Latin Bridge (where Franz Ferdinand was Assassinated starting WW1) and also the bridge where 2 students ...
... the way down the mountain and back into the city centre. Tarik kept telling us it was a shame we were leaving Bosnia tomorrow because he would have loved to show us more of the city and even offered us to stay with him. He had so much energy the entire time we were together. We kept telling him how grateful we were to have met the two of them tonight and to have them help us back to safety. It's often unexpected experiences like this through our travels that are the most ...
... or faded from sight. It is a sign of how the world of war is disappearing, and that is good. But the exhibition seeks to memorialise the concept of SKLONISTE and what it once stood for, what it meant. I rather like the concept of having safe places to escape to in time of need. It could catch on.There are also stories and tales to read from the shelters. Some are funny, some sad, some sweet, some ghastly. Hunkering down in cellars became a way of life for the ...