Ada Hotel

Address: Put. 5 Kurpusa, Bihac, 77000, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Put. 5 Kurpusa, Bihac.
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Travel Blogs from Bihac

Long trip to Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin on Aug 13, 2013

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... but did manage, just before getting to Dubrovnik to stop for a view of the citrus plantations on the flats. W felt like we were back in Vietnam as there were a series of waterways and every bit of land from sea to road, planted out with every kind of citrus tree you could imagine. Anywhere that was not suitable had olive trees. You could smell the citrus scent so strong, it was beautiful. So that made us realise the bottles of bright yellow and orange being sold alongside ...

Amazing lakes

A travel blog entry by big.adventure on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment

... you don’t
notice how far you are walking. There were varying routes, & we opted for a
1 hour walk, then a boat trip, then another 1 hr walk and a bus ride, then another 20
minute walk. Steve managed to drop his hat in one of the lakes but retrieved it without falling in! The walk taxed my foot but it was definitely worth the pain! (The
coconut magnum helped!) Google it! Another place to come back to.

Camped at a site about ...

Water, water everywhere

A travel blog entry by anne.morley.12 on May 20, 2013

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... We walked down to the bottom lake and caught a boat to the other side and then another down the lake to a point where we could walk from around the lakes. It was a lovely walk, Noel and I took our time and I took lots of photos of waterfalls. It comes from the snow melt and starting at the top just runs down where there is a plateau, the water the makes its way through ...


A travel blog entry by roryandshelley on Aug 27, 2012

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... had three days in Sarajevo. The first day we spent getting acquainted with the history of the place, firstly at the war museum, and then doing a walking tour of the old town. The war museum was pretty full on, displaying photos and exhibitions on the war. The walking tour took us to many of the historical sights of the town, and we saw the Sarajevo Roses (shell holes filled with resin to represent the blood spilled by the attacks). We also saw the bridge where Austrian leader ...

Plitvice Lakes, Split, Hvar and Korcula

A travel blog entry by nedk on Jun 15, 2012

1 comment, 26 photos

... and toured the bowels of the palace. We then went to the ground level of the
palace and wandered the streets that are now restaurants, cafes, bars and
shops. Very easy to get lost, but if you
work your way to the sea you can always find your way out. We finished the tour around noon and we were
then let loose for the afternoon. We
found a place for a pizza in the palace at one of the many squares. Then we went to the Riva ...