Hotel Boutique 36
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... from while visiting the city.
After dumping off our suitcases we headed into the old city for a guided walking tour. It was a large group of people, not just our group, so it was difficult to hear the local guide, but it did help us to get our bearings. (and reminded us why small group tours are so awesome). It was really hot this afternoon, and with ...
... is very reminiscent of Istikal Street in Istanbul. It is a very unique place, going from old to new with no warning whatsoever. Grab some ice cream at a place in the new town and continue to explore. All over the new town, there are side streets with tables and chairs and loud club music blasting, probably 5-10 different places doing this. Eventually end up at a main square and there is a large group of people that are held ...
... dark beer. The restaurant-beer hall is huge, very clean and with alot of atmosphere.
In the evening there was a home-hosted dinner-our last evening in Sarajevo and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
The following morning we headed back into Croatia, but for lunch we stopped at a tiny re-creation of a medieval town in Serbia. The pictures follow toward the beginning of our next entry "Karanack".
... than Matt but made arrangements to meet him at his hostel, the Franz Ferdinand for drinks later. We didn't realize it at the time, but where we got off our tram near the river was the place where Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife Sophie were shot. Our hostel, the Residence Rooms was only 2 blocks from there. We literally walked on the exact spot where his driver took a wrong turn and got stuck in traffic. What a story that is. It would make ...
... and the people were so kind and helpful. I left my school bag there, containing all of my materials for my class, and they Express Mailed it to me at our next hotel in Mostar, Herzegovina, for 10 KM! Ten Konvertible Marks is like $7! I was so happy.
I can’t say Sarajevo is a beautiful city, but she feels like this little engine, full of hope, straining to get to the mountaintop, reminding me of King’s speech: “Well, I don't know what will happen now; ...