Hotel Europe Sarajevo
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We then continued towards Sarajevo and as we went further and further you could get the sense of the destruction of the war. Bullet holes in the buildings, destroyed buildings still standing.
... to recognise that wherever you are, people tend to be much the same, enjoying coffee and cake. Yet it was also sobering to realise that many of these people had lived through the siege, and were harbouring awful memories. And it was also scary to realise that such a normal, mainstream European city could stray from civilisation and become a Chamber of Hell. Something to think about the next time you step out shopping
... and can be walked around in a few hours. I went passed the war memorial dedicated to children who were killed, several mosques, churches and synagogues and then back to the cobbled streets of the old town. I also had the best lunch- small meat sausage type things in bread with salad all served by a guy who named his restaurant after his favorite Turkish football team. I then met up with a girl from the hostel and we walked to one of the highest points in the city and looked ...
... It feels unfair as they have not earned this lower ranking, it’s just the situation they find themselves in now, but who knows what number it could have got to had the past been kinder to this beautiful place.
... Our hostel didnīt look bad at all, just the room where we had to spend our first night was a little bit disgusting. It was a room with 10 beds (although we booked 8 beds dorm) with no space so everybody just left his stuff somewhere on the floor. Plus, it was extremely stinky (most likely nobody opened the window for more than one month).
Especially from this reason, we got out of the hostel asap. We went to eat and noticed that there was a film festival going ...