Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... bells, marmot oil shops (what the?) and sheep flooding the road followed but Sanne had us on a good thing. We found an adorable campsite complete with communal campfire, hammocks and pigsty to stay and settled in. The rain again cleared for an afternoon, which meant walking down the Soca River towards 20m+ gorges and very Slovenian villages.
The rain came once again our second day in Soca and according the campground man was settling ...
... the east to the west - Moslem on one side and Christian on the other. The way down to the bridge is lined with a myriad of little market stalls and restaurants and the whole area just buzzed.
Martina walked us all down to the bridge then we had almost two hours of free time. We linked up with Ian and Cheryl and wandered around getting some good photo shots then decided since it was so hot (and it was) we needed some refreshment. We found a nice restaurant ...
... hike in the mountains, only to find out it was snowed out even in April. We decided that the lure of Dracula in Transylvania was not enough. Our next choice was Croatia. Alex’s parents have been and loved it, and our RTW friends, the Sena Family, were going to Split and Dubrovnik around the same time. But the air fare-y gods wouldn't cooperate. It was either going to be ridiculously expensive to fly from Istanbul to Dubrovnik and/or ridiculously routed (e.g., ...
... No. COUNTRY DAYS
1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
2 SLOVENIA 08 DAYS
3 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
4 OMAN 05 DAYS
5 SWEDEN 04 DAYS
6 MALAYSIA 28 DAYS
7 VIETNAM 30 DAYS
8 HUNGARY 05 DAYS
9 DENMARK 02 DAYS
10 CROATIA 14 DAYS
11 POLAND 06 ...
... built in 1913. It was completely destroyed in 1941 and rebuilt in 2004. Today it is a music pavilion and coffee house. There may be found the ugliest construction in Sarajevo (of course, built in the socialist times) near At Mejdan.
Across the street there is Ashkenazi Synagogue which is the third largest synagogue in Europe and the only operational synagogue in Sarajevo. It was built by a Czech architect, Karl Parzik, in 1902.
Then we crossed ...