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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... that building because she has nowhere else to go. Later, we walked by a building being built. He said the money for this was allocated 15 years ago by the US Government. It was just now being built and only because they hired US workers to build it! We literally walked right by a bunch of construction guys from the US (we didn't talk to them). They did this because every time there's a bid for construction, each ethnic group is fighting for the bid. ...
As discussed in the previous blog, we were glad to be off the bus with the smelliest man in the world and into the Mostar's very bleak looking bus station. Our host had offered to pick us up and he arrived a few minutes after we did so we hopped into the car and he gave us a quick tour through the very dark streets to try to give us some landmarks and some ideas of things to do. It didn't look like much from a dark car window, especially when the first thing he shows you is a ...
On the way to Mostar we had to pass the boarder Bosnia & Herzegovina with Croatia (you know that you are in a different time and mind –zones) and Madjugorje, pilgrimage place for Catholics. They have their miracles there and huge, thriving religious business.
On the road I was shaken to see so many homes (and whole villages in this country) with bullets holes on their walls, destroyed roofs, broken ...
... known as Kravice Falls. I have not been nominated for the Ice Bucket Challenge but this swim really would have met the criteria! We swam across to the other side, attempted to find the 'Jacuzzi' under the falls, but as I still had not regained proper breathing from the bloody cold water and shock from entering, we returned to the appreciate the falls from land. A song later containing the lyrics 'I don't know but I've been told, waterfalls are bloody cold' was ...
... fire. Large holes in outside walls indicated direct hits by heavier caliber shelling.
The owners of our pension, Suzanna and Ned, are Muslim. Ned was engaged in direct fighting for the entire course of the war, 6 April 1992 – 14 December 1995. During our departure ride to the bus station, Ned freely answered our many questions about his ...