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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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... walked past the Church of St Theresa, a wedding party was coming out. The bride and groom both were given doves, setting them free in the air. Champagne corks soon thereafter flew into the air. I did not catch this one, Peta.
We entered the Church of the Holy Trinity. Simona said to be quiet inside but many apparently did not get the message. It is dedicated to three Christians hanged in the days when pagans fought the introduction of Christianity into ...
... my decision to not press on was made purely because having been alright in all other corners of the planet, to throw it all away now and get myself into a bind through sheer arrogance would be insane, especially with just a month left until I get back to the UK.
I don't want to give the wrong impression, though. I chose the title Mean Streets for hyperbole and humour, not because Vilnius is any more dangerous than any other city because it isn't. When the bus first ...
... The Lithuanian customs guy had a sense of humour, I was the only person in the queue and as I finished at passport control, I got sent over the the customs office, as I approached the office door the customs man came out of it snapping on a rubber glove.....fortunately I passed the interview so the glove wasn't needed......
Vilnius is only 20 Km's from the border so was at the hotel for about 4pm. Going to head out for an early dinner then get an early ...
... a lock, engrave their names on the side of the lock and go to a bridge or a bridge where this is traditionally done and place the lock on the bridge. Then they throw the key over their shoulder into the river below. (This tradition said to come from Italy) The idea is that they throw away the key to ensure that they will stay together. According to the guide this system does not work too well is the divorce rate of Lithuania is just as high as in other countries
... together with Poland to be a country. They have also been taken over by Russian Czars and then by Soviets, a short period during WWII by the Nazis, and have also been overrun by Mongols but that didn't last long. They had a short dictatorship but it was a "soft" dictatorship - not like Stalin or anything. Now they have a female president who has been in ...