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Very nice place, staff are incredibly helpful, rooms are very clean and the large kitchen and social area score top marks
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... a sign for Uzupis and Old Town, both pointing in the same direction, which seemed impossible from where we thought we must have been. Blum wanted to go to Uzupis, so there we went, hoping we would eventually find ourselves.
Uzupis, meaning "on the other side of the river," is a neighborhood in Vilnius that apparently declared itself an independent republic in 1997. I don't see how that makes any sense. But it does have its own constituion, in ...
... hanging around just down the hill. Nobody that bothered me, mind.
Once settled in, two things were clear: a) I was going to like the hostel and b) I would be fine in Lithuania.
There were a few other bags already in the room, but I only counted three beds occupied besides my own. Three other people in an eight-bed dorm is a rare luxury.
As this trip starts to wind down, there are things that I've never elaborated on anywhere near as much as I ...
... 1085;ы 81; чан и жертв 86;прино& #1096;ение на ивана купал 91; +++ закат 99; с платф 86;рмы ...
... and we were visiting a memorial which Russians had once destroyed, only to have our lives saved by a friendly Russian transporter. The Hill of Crosses was a solemn experience. I felt very fulfilled being about to put crosses down for my family, and a few others. Pictures cannot do it justice, but I'll share some of what I have. Furthermore, once we were finished at the site, Katie and I had to wait for another hour as the sun went down for a bus back ...
... had some Litres to buy miscellaneous things while in Lithuania. At 5:50pm our group set off for a quick tour of part of the town and then to a restaurant in old part of Vilnius. Our group split in half with one group going to one restaurant, while the other half went to another based on the menu. The one we went to was very interesting, as it was in an underground cellar of an old building. We ate mainly Lithuanian food provided for us. Of particular note was ...