- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... iconic treasures. Built in the 16th century (then destroyed in the Yugoslav War, then rebuild again), it's the centerpiece of an ancient town that resembles a mixture of 'everything'. Mostar is as complex as its history. It resembles factions from the Ottomans, the Muslims, the Christians, the Catholics, the Communists, the Austrians, the Germans, the Italians. Everyone has had a hand, or continues to have a hand in this country and city. It's easy to see why ...
... houses. Many have been rebuilt in the last 9 years or so and some people have moved back into them. We were lucky enough to meet a lovely elderly couple who invited us into their front terrace. Bata explained that they moved back here a while ago and hoped for their children to do the same. They've now given up on that and just hope that their children will visit from time to time. They are well into their 80s and the old man still gardens everyday to help keep himself ...
... through the area. It was pretty much just their family home that they have converted into a hostel. It was really nice though and the guy and his mum were lovely. We were only going to be having an afternoon in Mostar, which we soon decided wasn't long enough. The hostel ran a pretty amazing looking day tour that if we had another day there we would have done. We quickly left our stuff and headed out to have a look around the old town and find the Mostar Bridge. Our ...
... is a club of bridge jumpers who collect money from tourists to jump from the bridge. It is about 25m high. Tourists can pay to jump, but have to take a course first because people die. We got to watch two people jump. I think they must be a bit crazy to do it. The river is also only 10 degrees, so it is not pleasant to be in!
The tour took us to a the source of the freshest water in Europe. It comes from inside a cave, and it has not been explored enough to ...
Simon writing... After a half hour drive in the bands van, we arrived at a house in the countryside in an area called saric struga, just outside the town they were playing in tonight. It was some friends of the band and they were putting us up for the night!! Really cool house, the garden was pretty big and full of all different fruit and veg being grown, and at the end of the garden was a freshwater river not massive ...