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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with very high stone steps and no hand holds, was not for the faint-hearted and I was glad not to be climbing down in the tourist season and having to somehow pass someone coming in the opposite direction. We got ourselves a bargain lunch - a mixed grill to share consisting of a massive pork chop, a kebab on a stick, a sausage, ten local meatball things, grilled chicken breast, chips and salad, and lots of flatbread, for £5.40 total. We bought a few bits ...
... One of the things Teo had suggested to do was to call into the Koski Mehmed-Pasha Mosque which is open to visitors and climbing the minaret gives you probably one of the best views of over the old town and Stari Most. And that we did. Not before Jason thought about filling up his water bottle at he sitting down fountain where people usually wash their feet and everything else before entering the Mosque. AHHAHA. The inside was pretty cool. I haven't been inside a mosque before so ...
... 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 ...
... never been important to them ever. It was always really a political distinction. The people had a mutual respect for one another and had no difficulties living alongside each other. It's an interesting view point. I do wish I knew more about it all. But it all seems very complex. In the afternoon I went to the Sarajevo museum and learned a bit about the conflict and there was also a few interesting art exhibitions, which I enjoyed. In the evening I met up with a friend of ...
On Mon, 5/19, we left Dubrovnik and crossed the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina. Herzegovina is about 10% of the country and Mostar is the main city. The country has 3 presidents because the agreement to end the war of the1990's required that the presidency be occupied by a Serb, a Croat and a Bosnian who share the office! Apparently, Herzegovina can be part of the country's name but ...