Villa Via Pacis

Address: Put Kovacici 10, Medjugorje, 88266, Bosnia and Herzegovina | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Put Kovacici 10, Medjugorje.
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    Travel Blogs from Medjugorje

    Sarajevo & Mostar

    A travel blog entry by mrarnold on Aug 28, 2015

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    ... served with pita bread and raw onion). We took a free city walking tour with a passionate local, telling us what it was like living through the siege. They had school in their basement and rarely ventured outside for fear of sniper fire and shelling. They lived on pretty disgusting rations provided by the UN. We also visited a gallery containing photographs and video from the war, which was very confronting. We visited the tunnel that the ...


    A travel blog entry by valaryr on Feb 18, 2015

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    ... walk from the bus station to the hostel was very short and easy. Hostel Miran was recommended to us by the hostel owner in Kotor, and it turned out to be great! The owner's name is Miran (hence the name), and he spent some time helping us figure out the next steps of our trip. The hostel was completely empty other than an American girl taking a gap year between high school and college, who was actually the first American we have ...

    Day 51 - Mostar, Bosnia

    A travel blog entry by jt_martin_ez on Nov 12, 2014

    22 photos

    ... a few dozen deaths, they became independent mostly through internal protest and solidarity. It also helped that most the people were of similar ethnic origin. The Croatian War of Independence was more difficult and has a few thousand casualties. I'll actually be going to one of the hardest hit towns of Dubrovnik this Friday. Since the northern and eastern borders contained more ethnic Serbs who did not want to secede, this lasted ...

    A tragic history and hope for the future.....

    A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 24, 2014

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    We had about an hour to get organized and have a short rest, and then at 16:00 we met a local guide for a historic walking tour through the town. We adjourned to the outside patio of the hotel, which was a bit noisy from traffic and pedestrian noise so I couldn’t hear all the commentary. In addition to that, one of the Mosques started announcing the “call to prayer” through a PA system, which was the first time I’ve heard ...

    Crazy Bata's Tour and the Bosnian War

    A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Aug 31, 2014

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    ... Croat side on the other side of the river. Here there are fewer ruins and a more urban feel, including Mostar's largest and most beautiful shopping mall. This mall opened up only two years ago and has the only McDonalds in the city. There were plans to open more McDonalds here but this one has had to close down and reopen many times since it is not frequented by enough customers. Bata says it's because Bosnians know burek in the morning and cevapi in the evening. McDonalds ...