Hotel Central Sarajevo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is most of what I have to share and write about Bosnia and Herzegovina, which became the country #38 of countries I have visited in my life. Sarajevo and Mostar were two beautiful cities; the first was a sort of mix between Istanbul, Guanajuato (Mexico), Prague, Beirut, etc... A really special and magical place, torn by the war but with a feeling of optimism, pride, fraternity, and resilience that I had never seen before. Mostar was a magical stop in my way, and ...
... The cobble-stoned streets are quite slippery, as the stones have been highly polished by the foot traffic over hundreds of years. Again, we followed the spectacular Neretva River as we headed for Dubrovnik. We spent a very pleasant lunchtime admiring the views at a restaurant beside the river. We are continuing our world wide survey on wine and coffee. So far on this trip we have mainly sampled white wines, as the weather has been quite ...
... the city with bombs and sniper fire. The exhibit includes many photos showing life under siege, including dead civilians on streets and sidewalks – people gunned down for no other reason than they were crossing the street or walking to work. Objects on display include products that were for sale at the Market Hall during the siege years, an enormous satellite phone donated by the Portuguese government to the Bosnian government, weapons ...
I thought my nightmare of a travel day on the island of Krk in Croatia was bad. Little did I know that I had a far worse travel day waiting for me in Bosnia. OK, I know Bosnia is not a travel hotspot but I was just passing through. Since I try to minimize the amount of time I have to sit, I can't get very far each day. I had visited Mostar which is a popular day trip from Croatia. The next logical stop was Sarajevo en route to Belgrade, Serbia.