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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... the Chabbad House nearby and invites us over for the Sabbath. We are exhausted at this point and all we want to do is head home. But when we do, we discover that he is the only Rabbi in Lithuania (Sholom Ber Krinsky) and we completely randomly run into him on some tiny street next to some allegedly autonomous tiny neighborhood in Vilnius. Seriously.
So now we're just relaxing in our hostel, sitting here and stalking an Irish guy and a Jew. How very European. ...
One thing that Latvia does not have a shortage of, is holidays. While we Dutch have to make do with celebrating Liberation Day once every five years, Latvians thoroughly celebrate their Re-Independence every year. And if the 4th of May is on a Sunday, like it was this year, you celebrate extra on Monday. That, plus Labour Day and a mandatory bridge day, gave us a whopping 5-day weekend!
Anna and I decided to celebrate our freedom by traveling to neighbouring Lithuania - ...
... have been fine. You could argue that not booking at all and just turning up would be better, but as I mentioned back in France I found that during summer season everywhere was booking out. At this late stage of the game I can't be ***** to dick around. I'd rather just make an advanced booking and be done with it.
Hostels often follow a given set of parameters and trends. Playing excessive Bob Marley is a particular annoyance. I like Marley - I have his Exodus album ...
... was more of the same (like Tallinn and Riga) I suppose in a way it is, especially if you examine the historical fact of these cities. However, contrary to my expectations the architecture of Vilnius is even more detailed than Tallinn. I was only able to have a short walk around the Old City but was impressed.
One of the interesting things I found was a set ...
Old Town Vilnius and Trakai, Lithuania
I have a day planned to see the UNESCO protected Old Town of Vilnius and then head out to Trakai to see one of the old Grand Duke's Castles. I'd made arrangements on line through ToursbyLocals which had recommendations all the way from excellent to didn't bother to show up. As this is the only place where I paid in ...
Other places to stay in Vilnius
Sodu Str. 8, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $19
Filaretu gatvi 17, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $20
Konstitucijos str. 25, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $29
Ausros Vartu 2010, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $14
J.Basanaviciaus 3, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $77
Sv. Mikalojaus 3, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $24
B. Radvilaites g. 3 - 1, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $31
Liepkalnio str. 2, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $18