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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... dumpling stuffed with pork and served with sour cream, wild mushroom soup, veal with roasted potatoes then finally apple cake. We also got wine or beer. We were entertained with folk songs. A very enjoyable evening. The photos are not very good I am sorry! I forgot to say yesterday evening that we went up to the bar on the 22nd floor of our hotel for a nightcap and to admire the view of the lights of he ...
... victim to growling and head-biting. This is certainly not very helpful for the tourist industry and those who work in this area should really attend a few classes on how to treat paying customers with respect, courtesy and all around good cheer.
Our city tour turned out quite lovely, walking about the old town with its cobblestoned streets, its balconies lined with blooming flowers and its baroque churches filled with severe faces of ...
... no doubt we'll be back. Following a good feed we then decide to leave the country and head to another...The Republic of Užupis. This is a district of Vilnius that is home to artists who decided they wanted to create their own flag, constitution, leader and army (believed to be made up of approximately 5 people). Finally, a nation that Ireland can go to war with and win (maybe). We wanted our passports stamped, but apparently you can only get this done on their Independence ...
... but must help in a time of need".
Before Uzupis we passed another bridge covered in padlocks. This is common with married couple closing the padlock and throwing the key in the river, to symbolize their marriage is forever. However in Vilnius the council remove about a 3rd of the padlocks every years, to make room for more. The locals believe this is the state interfering and destroying eternal love.....
... Union in 1990 but it wasn't until 31st August 1993 that the Soviet Army actually left the country. Then in 2004 they joined the European Union. Amber is a fossilised resin that looks like a stone and is sold in all the souvenir stores mainly as various forms of jewellery.
We boarded our coach at 1.30 for the drive to Trakai Castle built in the 14th and 15th century. It is very popular with tourists and another magniificent building. We arrived back at our ...
Other places to stay in Vilnius
Sodu Str. 8, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $11
Filaretu gatvi 17, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $20
Konstitucijos str. 25, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $36
Ausros Vartu 2010, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $19
J.Basanaviciaus 3, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $52
Sv. Mikalojaus 3, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $22
B. Radvilaites g. 3 - 1, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $31
Liepkalnio str. 2, Vilnius | Hostelfrom $18