Hotel Sarajevo

Dzemala Bijedica 169 A, Sarajevo, 71 000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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Ride day 2

A travel blog entry by brownd5548


... the valleys. There were very few signs of active agriculture. However, the roads were filled with modern European cars which contrasted strongly with the derelict infrastructure. We travelled som wonderfully twisty roads with several very tight hairpin lunch time we had all honed our riding skills and taking the mountain roads in our stride. We are lucky that all twelve riders on our tour are good riders and no one really holds the group back. ...

The Tunnel

A travel blog entry by tablefortwo


... and through hand signals and facial expressions – she was trying to tell me that she didn’t know where it came from or who brought it by. One of her friends (and next door neighbor), Bisera, finally figured out and told me in limited English that one of the ladies upstairs brought it for us since we were visiting. Her neighbor also invited us over for lunch, so we went and were served an amazing spread. Lunch consisted of fish, a sauce similar ...

A day out in Sarajevo!

A travel blog entry by nicolapollard

... building in Sarajevo. We got very lost on the way but got there in the end. Got stunning views from the top so it was worth the hike. In the distance we could see massive graveyards, victims of the siege. We could also understand how the Serbian troops had such control over the city. It is surrounded by hills and from there you can see everything! Sarajevo had no chance. After that we headed back to the hostel, exhausted! Freshened up then went for ...

Perplexing Process of Freedom

A travel blog entry by ssfahring


... way anything - or anyone - could get in and out. In July 1993, after 4 months of 24 hour secret digging, the tunnel was opened. It spanned 800 meters (2526 ft.) and was 1.5 m (4.92 ft.) high and 1 m (3.28 ft.) wide. Groups of men started on each end of the tunnel and miraculously met in the center. It was built under their airport and connected Sarajevo to Bosnian held Dobrinja. The airport at this time was used for UN airlifts. The UN ...

Reality of War

A travel blog entry by annaguthrie


... Serbian troops. Women were brutally murdered and beaten and lost their entire families. We had a guest speaker who works with refugees who escaped the war and are returning tell us about the struggles and injustices they still face as they try to return to their ethnically cleansed homes which are now occupied by other people. It was even more powerful when she told us that she herself was a refugee in Sweden. As I walked home, ...

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This hotel, located on Dzemala Bijedica 169 A, Sarajevo, is near Vrbas River, Una, Fortress, and City Bus Sarajevo Tours.
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