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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Wake up after a decent night sleeps and have another simple breakfast buffet before heading out early to hike up to the Yellow Fortress, located just West of the city. A good 20 minute hike from the hotel, I am able to get a good birds eye view of Sarajevo on a clear day. Beautiful city. Head down and take one last walk through the city before …
... to the refugees; soon around the camp we could see many people chewing on the apples. We talked with him. He is a French teacher, and said he can't sleep, knowing these people are there and in such need. So every day he comes with apples to distribute. "It's what I can do", he said with a smile on his face. "My heart is breaking for these people."
They consented to pictures so we carry home not just the conversations and stories, but photos ...
... has an interesting story behind it. In 1595 the Turks wanted to punish Serbian rebels, who had attempted an uprising against them, so the decided to take the sarcophagus holding the remains of Serbia's patron Saint and publically burn them on a huge bonfire just outside of the city. Three hundred years later, in 1895, the Serbian Orthodox Church decide to build a Cathedral dedicated to Saint Sava on the spot where this happened. A public contest was held in ...
... out the square I walked down the main shopping street called Kneza Mihaila. I really liked this street because it was pedestrians only and it had loads of cute cafés and restaurants amongst all the shops. People were also busking which gave it a nice atmosphere. This road lead to my last destination of the day which was Belgrades fortress also known as Kalemegdan. The fortress was huge, if even had a zoo within the area. I took some time out here so I went and found a ...
One of the perks of being in Sarajevo is the private minibus service they run to Belgrade, for the same price of the normal bus you get door to door transport. We booked this and we were told the minibus would arrive at 6:30 am. So, with an alarm set for 6, we went to bed, possibly regretting the decision to go for the morning bus and not the afternoon one. Fast forward to the next morning, and the light comes on in the dorm. One of the staff comes up to me and tells me ...