Hotel Central Sarajevo
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... traffic and parking nightmare of an unfamiliar large city.
So, like Konjic, we found a cafe by the Miljacka River, had a refreshing drink, and agreed that we'd make Sarajevo its own trip some time in the future when we could enjoy exploring this significant city.
Sarajevo was war-ravaged as ...
... Really there is nothing else anyway as anything that was here was destroyed in the 3 years of the siege. Can't have been very nice living here then. Still some signs of the war but mainly bullet holes in the walls of the buildings.
The guide was a Muslim guy. Was in love with Sarajevo but also the Muslim cause. It was all about "my people", "my Sarajevo". And there was no mistaken that his people were the Muslim people. He would talk about how everyone lives ...
... so recently been in a war (well, recent as in 15 years ago, which is pretty recent seeing how Toronto is celebrating the war of 1812 right now). The scars from the conflict is prevalent everywhere. But the vibe of the city is upbeat and there is new construction all around. Bosnians are also the nicest, most considerate people I have met in this part of the world. I would love to come back and spend more time in Sarajevo ... I feel like I barely scratched the ...
... s apartment building and headed to nearby Urban Grill, a restaurant recommended in my guidebook. The restaurant was closed, however, and a sign on the door in Bosnian seemed to indicate that it was about to undergo a renovation. Bummer.
Got back to Steve’s at 2:22 and ate a snack, then left at 2:48 and walked 17 minutes to Cevabdzinica Zeljo 1, where I ate the Bosnian traditional snack lunch of cevapcici – little sausages served with ...