Hotel Sarajevo

Address: Dzemala Bijedica 169 A, Sarajevo, 71 000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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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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      Long time between drinks

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... after a required roadside nap was quite to culture shock. It is clear to us now we were unprepared regarding how severely this city suffered throughout its siege. The main route into town is lined with obliterated buildings, others covered in shrapnel scars, and skeletons of houses throughout the hills. Driving in Sarajevo is a new feat to add to my CV. Aiming for our hostel meant getting Harold up alpine gradients and through a Turkish style ...

      Sickness strikes

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Sep 07, 2014

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      ... a lot of the tour was focused on the siege of Sarajevo by the Serbs in the 90s, with lots of bullet and shell holes in buildings and pavements. It's a pretty big eye opener especially where they have turned a lot of these spatter marks into what is now known as a Sarajevo Rose. Sarajevo roses are all around the city and we saw a fair few but basically they are areas on the street where the explosion marks had been filled with red paint to make them resemble roses as a ...

      BL #23: Drink the Water

      A travel blog entry by pwong on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... city not by beating the local military, but by targeting civilians and making their lives a living hell, hoping that they will finally give up and leave the city altogether.

      Adults, seniors, kids ... everybody was fair game - often times, snipers would actually target the legs of their victims, so that they would remain alive and plead for help, with the ultimate goal of the snipers to attract more people that they could ...

      Mostar and Sarajevo

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 02, 2014

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      ... and got my things packed up.

      I said bye to the other hostellers and went for a walk around the old town. It was a beautiful morning, so it was a perfect time to check out the city. I went back to the old bridge, walked around the small cobbled streets, went to the mosque and climbed the minaret. I have never been afraid of heights, but even this thing made me a little uncomfortable. It was a very very narrow spiral staircase all ...


      A travel blog entry by cj-allen on Sep 13, 2013

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      ... 17 hours after I left the house this morning. Got a shuttle car to the hostel, and he was so speedy to grab my bags when I came through the arrivals gate I didn't have a chance to go to an ATM (you can't get Bosnian currency outwith the country. Not for a like of trying on my part, I can tell you.) so when I arrive at the hostel and get checked in, I ask the receptionist if there's anything else that I need doing as I was getting a rather ...