Travel Blogs from Vilnius
# of bus rides: 14
# of taxis: 2
# of trains: 136
# of flights: 3
... Must Visit Now” lists, but it will provide a gentle, relaxing ride that won't push you too far into the uncomfortable and that is all you need sometimes.
With all this gentle information in mind, it may ...
... courage as we were to discover the next day when we visited the KGB museum. This state has only been independent for 22 years after being the first member of the Soviet Union to fight for and secure their independence. You wouldn't know it today looking around. It looks and feels like Europe. We walked from the train station to our hostel and needless to say after our stressful couple of days we crashed for a few hours. Once we woke it was off to explore the old town in the spring ...
... anymore. Luckily for me, two blocks is walk-able so I could say adieu and walk on home. Poor guide! He has to get his car fixed and ready to take some tourists to Estonia on Sunday. I hope he makes it.
So I have hit two Baltic countries now after Moscow and have enjoyed both of them very much. Tomorrow I take the bus to Riga, Latvia, my last Baltic country.
... kindly offered to put me up for one night when she returned to the city on Sunday evening. I crossed the river dividing the city and walked along the otherside towards a famous bridge. There were many people out on afternoon walks, or helping young children ride their bikes. Such peace and beauty all in one place.
I got the nod from my host and headed back to the hostel to grab my gear. Lugging ...