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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... wall sections and towers.
Enjoying the sunshine, I walked back to the lakeshore near the island castle and treated myself to an ice cream before wandering back through the town to the bus station and catching the next bus back to Vilnius.
After a quick phone call to my dad for his birthday and a coffee, I went out into old town for a spot of book shopping. I wasn't able to find what I was after but I did find a book on Lithuanian history in English. ...
Laimonas informed us that our walk around the Old Town yesterday with him was actually a bit over 17 kms, strewth, no wonder we were a bit tired last night!! AM - Found our way into the Old Town after a late start, Lana gave the girls a toy koala & kangaroo at breakfast time. After a cold drink, we headed into the Dukes Palace to check out the museum. Actually the Dukes Palace is a reconstruction of the original Palace that stood on that ...
... Had a large wheat beer [by mistake] and a fish stew [more filling than good but okay]. Had to laugh that Old Baggier noted to Lardass that it was wrong to have Chicken Kiev in the Baltics. Dunno if she meant politically or just not trying native food. What does she have tonight? Chicken Kiev again...boring!
The conversation was better tonight. Most of the pedestrian traffic on this Thursday night was headed toward the old town. Kevin let slip that he ...
... with religious buildings. I visited a few churches, one was a church for atheists (irony), went to the cathedral, the old palace and also the old castle (which was on a hill). As it happens there was a massive festival of some sort in town. There were stores lining the streets of the old and parts of the new town. The stores were selling food, arts and crafts, souvenirs and toys. I'm telling you there were miles and miles of this, granted a ...
... to their campsite, there were benches and tables built all through the trees. We were on a lake which had lovely stone steps leading into the clear (but cold) water and everything, even the toilet blocks were made of timber which camouflaged onto the surroundings (making them very hard to find at night when you're not sure where you're looking). We set up camp, quickly cooked some dinner and hit the hay exhausted! ...
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 $20
Liepkalnio str. 2, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $18