Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... particular highlight.
Up early because the heat and bladder say so. Took the opportunity to get two loads of laundry on and out by 9am, before going for a stroll. Managed to make a beauticians appointment before heading to the pool. Flagged the sea as the locals were all wearing shoes. The air temp was 31 degrees and the pool 28 when we got there. Pool was crystal clear salt water and absolutely joyous. GD managed to get very very sunburned, ...
... 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 ...
... felt like a little Istanbul here.
Our big day out followed, doing a tour to Blagaj Tekija (the dervish house built into the cliff), Kravitce waterfalls, and the medieval town of Pocitelj. The "dukes land" (Hercegovina) was brilliant, despite being constantly (erroneously) compared to Kosovo by one of our (very annoying) tour buddies....and it was really amazing to learn about the history of the country. So many cultures rolled into one ...I can't imagine how it was when ...
... when Ferdinand's driver took a wrong turn, but Princip got carried away with the excitement of his luck and also murdered Ferdinand's pregnant wife, Sofia. After the First World War, Yugoslavia formed bringing together six states: Croatia, Slovenia, Montenegro, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia.
However, the Austro-Hungarian era brought some positives to the city as well. In just 40 years, this empire accomplished a lot in Sarajevo. Many of the original ...
... to get to know those people and the place. I think it’s pretty extraordinary!
Sent home: ‘The strength of human spirit here is higher than Himalayas! Is there a normal life for those who still can taste the dust from bombed houses? With Love, Love, Love from Sarajevo! Ula’
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