Hotel Leotar

Address: Luke Vukalovica 1, Trebinje, 89101, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Downtown/Fremont Street area of Trebinje.
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    Wine Tasting in the Republika Srpska

    A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on Oct 10, 2014

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    ... We bought a nice red blend that had a majority of this type of grape. As it was getting late, we wondered how the hell we would get back to town. Not only did the wine owner take us back to town in her private car, she dropped us off at another winery! This next winery is probably the most modern winery I have ever been in. The entrance was a huge wine barrel with the door as one side of the barrel. Inside ...

    UK Wrap-Up

    A travel blog entry by stuartcameron19 on May 12, 2014

    24 photos

    ... another school that was directed to become an academy as it was deemed to be "failing", so much so that apparently the local papers had once described it as "the worst school in England". The old school was knocked down and the new academy built in its place. After speaking to the new Head it was very apparent the the new school buildings and rebranding into an academy had had a profound impact in the students and community. Many of the behavioural issues have disappeared and ...

    Bosnia and Herzegovina: Out of the Shadows of War

    A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Oct 11, 2013

    42 photos

    ... of BiH, with separate federations and no one in charge.

    On the bright side, we enjoyed a street vendor’s lunch that introduced us to a Balkan specialty: cevapcici, spicy sausages served with pita bread. We placed our order using sign language because far fewer people in BiH speak English.

    After an informative and enjoyable stay in Sarajevo (see previous post), we headed to Mostar, which once ...

    Will Time Heal All Wounds?

    A travel blog entry by another-sky on Sep 21, 2013

    5 photos

    ... If it interests you, here is the link:

    Much of the physical war damage in and around the Old City has been repaired - but you can make out where walls have been fixed and there are still shrapnel marks on many buildings. A few places are, even now, twenty two years later, not yet repaired.

    We took a walking tour one evening in the Old City. Our tour guide was a twenty-something Croat ...

    The Man, the Moon and the Menu

    A travel blog entry by newagenomad on Aug 21, 2013

    14 photos

    ... this and slap his shoulder out of spontaneity and joy (we are besties now officially). I manage to say, You know this … i can't believe you know this song. Well pick one- Munni or shiela? he nudges me again. Of course Shiela I say, she's hot and pretty. He disagrees and takes up for Munni. I look around in complete disbelief and amazement- remind me again where am i? O ya on a country road across Bosnia and Herzegovina on my way to Dubrovnik, Croatia ...