Hollywood Hotel Sarajevo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... the chilling details of how the event unfolded. The exhibit led me to try to book onto a daytrip to Srebrenica and the memorial center there, a trip a little like visiting Auschwitz. However, while many hostels and tour companies in Sarajevo advertised such trips, I could not find any that were running them that week both because it was the off season and the Muslim holiday Eid Mubarak that week.
Although Sarajevo has a majority Muslim population, it has always had ...
... trying to meander the small hilly city roads with passing traffic was particularly difficult. Although things were made easier by help from a local - to whom the Australian on the bus exclaimed "Hvala - from everyone!"
As we arrived back in the city from a very informative and enjoyable tour, we made our way to the city to grab a bite to eat - luckily taking this just as the ...
... got changed and went to sleep for a few hours. Around midday I decided to get up and check out the city. I popped into the reception to draw a map and ask them what I should see within the old town. After they gave me this information I headed off for the day. My first destination was Sebilj fountain and Havadze Duraka mosque which was directly opposite from my hostel. Unfortunately I couldn't go into the mosque so I decided to continue my tour down Bravadziluk ...
... gambling is a huge problem for young people in the former Yugoslavia.
8. - Croatian highways are beautiful, clean, and have gorgeously landscaped tunnels that are lit with neon signs that tell you not to drive tired. The only catch is you pay about $50 in tolls each time you go on a long drive.
9. - The prices here are interesting. Staples like groceries, even restaurant meals, and household items, are cheap by California and European standards; ...
... 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 ...