Bernardinu Guest House
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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After 13 hours of travel we arrived in Vilnius to join our group. Our guide, Vita, conducted a short orientation walk, followed group meeting about the trip. Admittedly, Robert and I were having a difficult time staying awake. Dinner was in a local restaurant. Today our morning started with a walk with a local guide around the old town of Vilnius. …
... Vilnius Cathedral which dates from around 200 years ago with the clock tower (which was originally part of the lower castle fortification and converted to the cathedral's bell tower in the 1520's) next to it. We started walking back up the street and took a detour and found the Presidential Palace which is beside the university. Walking along we decided to get a coffee and the skies opened up so we got a taxi back to the hotel as we would have ...
... and a table full of the barbecued entries. We walked slowly along the market streets with the crowds by now ready for coffee and ice cream which we had back in the square in the late afternoon shade. A welcome rest back at the hotel before venturing back into town for dinner. We found a very smart Chinese restaurant where we got good dim sum, sweet and sour chicken and duck fried rice. Washed down with strong ...
... on the waters. There were still odd looking characters with bruised up faces so was trying to keep to myself.
My bus from Tallin to Riga was a luxury bus with tvs, snacks, and headphones. The bus to Vilnius was with the same company but this time only 3 Euros ...
... and after drinking a pint I felt like I'd already had my meal! We ate a dish called "witches tears" which was basically like Chilli Con Carne and very good! Tom insists on calling it 'witches fingers' for some reason which is a little alarming! After chatting for a while it was time to split but 5 of us decided to stick together and climb up the hill of three crosses. From here we had a pretty good view of Vilnius and managed to enjoy it for a bit before it started to ...