Telecom Guest House

Address: A Vivulskio 13a, Vilnius, LT 3221, Lithuania | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on A Vivulskio 13a, Vilnius, is near Holocaust Museum (The Green House), Vilna Gaon Jewish State Museum, Frank Zappa Statue, and Zaliasis Tiltas.
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    Travel Blogs from Vilnius

    This Is Why It Pays To Be Nice To Hostel Staff

    A travel blog entry by jsimpson095 on May 07, 2015

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    ... we ended up at Hesburger. It's a fast food chain from Finland, where it's actually bigger than McDonalds. It was quick, it was dirty, and it was delicious. It was also the third time I'd had it in two days. I do not feel great this morning.

    I'm still amazed at how nice the people that I've met while travelling are. I've already been offered a place to stay if I'm ever in Copenhagen. I might have to put that on the agenda if I can ...

    Hittin' the Lithuanian Lakes District

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 08, 2014

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    ... right then my plans were foiled. I had wanted to hire a bike so I could not only see the town and castles, but also the wider landscape around the lakes. Unfortunately the bike rental place was closed on Mondays. Wasn't happy about that. I walked to the tourist info centre and the woman there said it was the only place in town to hire bikes. Grrrr. Oh well. I walked along the lake shore until I reached the island castle. This is the most restored of the two castles. Situated on a ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... island on the approach one could tell the setting was going to be special.

    Parked the bus and walked past some souvenir shops and restaurants to the causeway linking the mainland to the castle. It had been largely destroyed but the Soviets actually did most of the reconstruction. Only 20% of the castle is original. Paid a camera fee [4], again well worth it.

    The first floor dealt with the life and times of Vytautus the Great, including ...

    Vilnius to Klaipeda

    A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 14, 2014

    ... others with our coughing. After an hour the tour leader after a Nev if he was really part of the group. We drove to a lookout over the city end then walked through the old town. We need the tour at the previous Jewish ghetto. It was chilling to stand on a spot where Jewish people had been persecuted but it made one wonder why Israelis today are so down on the Palestinians. Luckily Leonie's health improved as we walked the town and we had a pleasant ...

    Mean Streets

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 02, 2013

    ... the information on the old Russian black market described it as being 'well out of your comfort zone'. I hesitated on it for a while but it didn't look like it was far, just a straight shot from the Green Bridge at the north end of the Old Town. This market goes back to Soviet times, a place to get dodgy things and meet dodgy people, just like the one that I described in the previous chapter in Warsaw (although that one no longer exists). I didn't think I'd go inside, but ...