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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Wow. I loved Sarajevo immediately. Maybe it was because the sun was shining after a day and ...
... It was just any old narrow street (much smaller than sniper alley), a very narrow road bridge which is now a pedestrian bridge, well past the main centre of the city. Apparently Bosnia is a tad more safe for us to be in because we were firstly allowed a walking tour, but also allowed to have some free time to check out a little shopping district before dinner. In Albania there was no leaving the bus or the hotel for anything. Everything in Bosnia was ...
... guide talked about the history of Yugoslavia and how the current regions have come to be. After arriving at our hotel the Radon Plaza, we enjoyed a local dinner in the hotels revolving rooftop restaurant. It was a good vantage point to view the city. ...
... area I had not visited and Darlene (being the Citizen of the World) had not seen since 1972.
To the average American, I believe, it is a little understood area with a convoluted history. It comprises many ethnicities and religions all entwined in the politics which changed history's course many times over. It was in Sarajevo that the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria ...
... the above mentioned market and through into the old, ottoman, part of the town. This part is really interesting because all the streets are designed to sell one particular type of product, for example, silver, copper, silk, cotton etc. We saw old markets and hostels where traders and their horses would stay. Apparently one of the hostels was burnt down by some high-ranking officials in order to have an excuse to build a new market full of Hello Kitty tat that wouldn't look ...