Radon Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadon Plaza Hotel Sarajevo
Top Notch Hotel. Restaurant on the 15th floor reasonably priced and great food. You should book, otherwise its MacDoanlds. Corner rooms are sumptuous.
Breakfast not that good but OK. Handy to Tram and main road.
Really really comfortable beds.
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Today began with a gorgeous drive. My pictures cannot possibly capture how amazing the Croatian coastline is. The way the mountains hit the sea and the road curves around them is why we're here- everybody who has ever told us about this is at the same loss for words that I am when they try to describe the beauty.
An hour and something into the …
... trip, a friend of Nanci's had suggested we read the book, "The Cellist of Sarajevo", written by Canadian Steven Galloway, which is set in the time of the siege and follows the lives of 3 fictional inhabitants during 22 days of the siege during which a cellist risks his life to memorialize some the victims of the war. It was a really good read and gave us a great background ...
... my previous stops, will certainly do. Head out to explore the Sarjaevo Old Town. The Old Town reminds me very much of Istanbul, very similar in appearance. Walk around for a bit and head to the water to find a restaurant for dinner. Eventually find a place and get a solid Turkish kebab for dinner.
At this point, it is dark and I continue to explore Sarajevo. The Old Town suddenly turns into a modern city and the ...
... to the beleaguered city where we received a history lesson and also were able to walk through a portion of the tunnel.
Back in the city we returned to the Austrian section and visited the open market where fruits and vegetables are sold and also an enclosed market were we were able to taste Bosnian cheeses and salamis. On our own we headed to the Sarajevo Brewery, opened in the 1860's for ...
... on our terrace, overlooking the whole city, when the Muslim call to prayer began at one mosque on the hill. Within minutes, five or six other mosques were calling, with voices both high a low, baritone, bass, slow, fast. It was so beautiful to hear the echoes through the valley. I really miss hearing that sound from when we lived in Cyprus. It makes you instantly stop and reflect, stop doing, and just be. In Sarajevo, we had probably the best food we've had since we left the ...