Villa Via Pacis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Via Pacis Medjugorje
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... is prolific on the peninsular and the operations range from big commercial to small cottage industries. Boards advertising tasting are all along the road. In fact I could have gone to three different venues within 200m of the fuel station. Being on the motor-bike has a sobering effect and we sadly ride past most. The cliff top one was just too tantalising and we bought a bottle of great red wine made from the ...
... with Mostar History teacher at his family souvenir shop.
Fri 17th: Took photos of the reconstructed ‘Old Bridge’ down at the river level and, after breakfast, meandered around the Old Town. Saw a young stuntman jump off the old bridge, ...
... any other materials to take the victims to proper cemeteries on the outskirts of the towns.
From the cemetery we continued towards the old town in the Muslim area and down towards the famous Stari Most ("old bridge"), which had been constructed in the 16th century by the Ottomans. The guide provided a description of the history and we then went into a small museum / store, and watched a video that showed the shelling of the bridge by forces of ...
... had a deep effect on me. Though I no longer go to church I was raised Catholic and I do believe that, as Ghandi said : "if Christians really lived their faith there would be no other faiths". So with that in mind I listened to various groups in prayer or singing hymns as I made the journey. People I care about came to mind as I took each painful sweat drenched step. In the end it was a kind of cleansing acceptance and peaceful understanding of where I am and ...
... further into the next. The park had hand made wooden bridges that were built to just clear the water level so it felt as if we were walking on water across each lake. We made it to the giant waterfall and were able to view it from the bottom as well as from the top. We walked for about 2 hours taking in all the view points and finally making it to the 'ferry'. This ferry was used as a shuttle across one of the lakes to continue the tour through the rest of the ...