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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... students put on a parade and walked Gediminos and Pilies streets with police escorts. The streets, the coffee shops and terraces were full as if it were a week-end.
I decided to make it a short day. I will read a book in the lobby and get ready for my last day in Vilnius.
AM - We decided as all old persons should, to go on a tourist bus ride around Vilnius. Actually Laimonas suggested it would be a good way to see more of Vilnius, so we went! Off in the big red bus around Vilnius, actually it put the city in perspective after all the walking we have done, with & without Laimonas. Big black clouds were rolling in as we drove around the city, it did rain later in the day and the evening. But back to ...
... we stopped at a shopping centre and immediately labelled Lithuanians as the Worst! parkers of vehicles anywhere. We then stopped off at the local Police station. Always a bit of a risk as to how our brethren in another country would react. It's either warm welcome or of cold disdain. We gave it a shot and entered a very run down police station. It was a very, very tired station. You would not like to be locked up there! After a chat ...
... attached, but a number of other stores have their own amber museums. Exhibits show how amber is made, the different kinds and colors, and various amber articles from mundane pipes to elaborately carved clipper ships to the bizarre bound edition of Mein Kampf replicated in honey-colored amber and finished with silver lettering and swastika clasp. We looked at a lot and managed to weed through and decide on a few gifts.
Our Tauck tour began ...
... all the way through Latvia and to the end of Lithuania to protest the communist rule. What an amazing feat of coordination and accomplishment to get millions of people in a line holding hands through three countries. My guide remembered it and was part of the line of people. How come I don't ever remember hearing anything about something as remarkable as ...