Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... struggling to make the best of what its got, without acknowledging what it does not have. Infrastructure, housing, education and most importantly jobs are still a very long way from delivering what the inhabitants need.
We have also seen many uncompleted building in the countryside - these it now seems were built with Euro / UN aid in an effort to repatriate refugees, but although many said they would come back, they didn't or if they do its to use these places ...
... 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 ...
... city pub crawl. In the kitchen I met Alistair (Kiwi) and Ryan (Aussie) to join for a delicious meal and drinks in the old town; a Bosnian dish Punjene Tikvice which is mince meat in zucchini ball in a tomato sauce and clay pot thing (typically it's made with cabbage). A very wet storm had us relocate indoors to drink cider and Rakia. Joined by Rosie (English) and Jaena (American) we went out to the bar lined streets, and club Slugga in an old theatre ...
... was reconstructed in 3 stages, and only competed in June this year. We took the opportunity to look round the exhibition inside. We then walked round the town passing endless coffee shops, bakery's and souvenir shops. The hostel itself goes down as one of the best ever. Why? Good location? Comfy beds? Great kitchen? Nope, none of those things. They sold draft beer, a large for 2 marks (€1). I took full advantage! The next day we looked round the city museum, ...
... by the cool and beautiful of Sarajevo, and we could watch numerous TV screens with international channels. I was quickly drawn into "Preposterous Pets" on the Animal Channel. This busy, thriving, modern place was a stark contrast to the empty, haunted museum. It was sad to note that we felt more comfortable and at home in a version of Brindley Place, rather than in the slightly edgier and stranger streets. But at least it was reassuring to find life moving on, and ...