Bernardinu Guest House
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... leaning Lithuanian commoners and Orthodox Ruthenians lived side-by-side peacefully, each group building their own temples in their own streets and districts". In the 17th century Russia invaded Lithuania, and from then on Poland-Lithuania lost its power, as did Vilnius lose its importance as a seat of power. Religious tolerance disappeared with the invasion of the Russia and Sweden. In 1795, Russia invaded Lithuania and remained for 120 years.
... Instrument museum, sadly half shut for renovation. The woman played us folk music, telling us which instruments were being played, got us to accompany a tune on cowbells, and showed us how to play a wooden horn. There were lots of 3 string basses, accordions, concertinas, etc, some flutes, whistles and bagpipes, and a few fiddles. She was dancing and clapping to the music she played us, and said it was mostly dance music. We then went onto the Kaunas ...
... own currency, Independence Day (April 1, 1997). The constitution is posted on a street in 22 languages. I couldn't get the best picture but it's a cool constitute. Uzupis used to be the most dangerous part of Vilnius until artists started moving in and changing the area. I went to the Hill of 3 Crosses. I had to climb a bit of stairs. It's the highest peak of Vilnius. I walked to the other areas that ...
Woke up in time for a pancake breakfast Lina was cooking for everyone. Showered and headed out for the day, but not before saying goodbye to Irena and Lucas who were heading onwards to Poland today. I made my way through Old Town to Gedminas' Hill and the three museums there. The museum in the New Arsenal building covers Lithuanian history from the stone age until the coming of Christianity. The displays were interesting and showed not just the cultural differences between ...
... was told to found a city on that hill and it would be great in size and famous as far as the sound of the thousand wolves could ber heard. Vilnius was founded, became a great city and was well known. Today its population is a half million.
We crossed the Nemunas River [of Kaunas fame] and we soon at the Europa City Vilnius Hotel by 1530. A KFC is a landmark. We are about 25M from the old town. Nobody wanted Simona to organize any dinner venue ...