JNN hostel

Address: Konstitucijos str. 25, Vilnius, LT-2600, Lithuania | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located on Konstitucijos str. 25, Vilnius, is near Old Town, Lithuanian Museum of the Genocide Victims, Holocaust Museum (The Green House), and Europos Parkas.
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Don't Make Me Get The Tank

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 11, 2014

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... the hostel, with plans to see them again later for a drink. We took the opportunity to cook a chilli and warm up a little before heading back out. We wandered over to a local favourite called Alaus Namai, meaning beer house in English. The place was packed out and with the staff not being overly helpful in finding a table, we stopped for a quick beer outside and then decided to move on. We walked into the centre and stopped in 'La beria' pub. Here we had a couple ...

THE CITY OF CHURCHES

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Aug 01, 2014

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... Vilnius University. Its library contains the oldest book in the Lithuanian language, not unexpectedly the Bible. We continued into the university, going to a room where professors and students would meet. The artwork caught your eye for its colours and depiction of a bit of Lithuanian fiction [had to be there]. We went to the Great Courtyard on which fronted the Church of St John, dedicated to St John the Baptist and St John the Evangelist. The altars were striking ...

Vilnius to Klaipeda

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 14, 2014

... others with our coughing. After an hour the tour leader after a Nev if he was really part of the group. We drove to a lookout over the city end then walked through the old town. We need the tour at the previous Jewish ghetto. It was chilling to stand on a spot where Jewish people had been persecuted but it made one wonder why Israelis today are so down on the Palestinians. Luckily Leonie's health improved as we walked the town and we had a pleasant ...

Losing ourselves in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 09, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... crossed the Neris River instead, and we walked off the map by a long shot before happening to come back on. Luckily we came back.
While we were wandering home, an obviously orthodox Jewish guy pulls up to us in a car and asks if we speak English. We say yes, he asks where we're from and we say the States... Boston. He says he recognized the Red Sox hat I was wearing and that he's from Boston too. Then he asks if any of us were Jewish since ...

Mean Streets

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 02, 2013

... A set of concrete blocks still remain preserved outside, former anti-tank defenses from days of struggling with the Soviets for independence. Seeing this and thinking back to what I'd read in the museum, I think Lithuanian's have a lot to be proud of. After almost fifty years of being forcibly occupied by other people, they had to fight just to be left alone by different groups of psychopaths. By the time I left I'd built up a lot of respect for them.

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