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... the resilience and renewal of the Jews. Sarajevo was 20% Jewish at the turn of the 1900’s and was called the Jerusalem of Europe with its collection of magnificent Catholic and Orthodox Churches, Mosques and Synagogues all peacefully coexisting side by side. The miracle of the survival of this beautiful Jewish text for nearly 700 years could be the key to understanding how the Jews as a people survived all those years. By the way, it would probably ...
... class, exploring the city, and just finding time to hang out with my new friends has made me very busy! We stayed only a few minutes walk from the city center, which gave us plenty of opportunity to explore various parts of Sarajevo. I loved trying the different foods, which mostly consists of a couple variations of meat and bread. You think I'm joking but some of my friends have gone in full borne panic mode because of the lack of vegetables. ...
... the Ocean Blue. The Spanish Royalty Isabella and Ferdinand (a different one) kicked the Muslim Moors out of Spain that year and the Jews too. But that's a different story.
We met up with Singapore Matt at the Franz Ferdinand Hostel. What a cool place. Their walls, floors, and ceilings are covered with historical tidbits, photos, and a timeline of events leading to the assassinations. We went out with a veritable UN of people at his hostel: ...
They have re-built the Sarajevo city center very well since those days, when it was almost completely destroyed. We walked around the old city, the Turkish/Ottoman center,
which is still charming. And our hotel was right above the old city, near the
bridge where Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated by “the shot heard
around the world,” which was the impetus for Austro-Hungary starting the First World
War. Every ...
... what felt like an eternity we were ushered through, with luckily no questions about our car insurance/papers as we don’t quite have any.
Arriving on the hillside town of Motovun we were very happy to enjoy the hospitality of Marty and Steph, inviting us into their home away from home for the next couple of days. Drinks on drinks on drinks were had once again as is tradition and luckily our last minute Lidl stop to get ...