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TravelPod Member ReviewsCorner Hotel Vilnius
Reasonable location, comfortable walk from both Bus, Railway Station and old town (a couple of km). Very large multi store/supermarket in same street 2 blocks away. Rooms have ensuite & fridge, and TV with BBC. Free WIFI to room. No Aircon but opening window. Good breakfast.
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... had to be buzzed to let in. There was a lady who spoke English and asked where we were from and if we had any questions. She explained how they interacted with some local Polish families for many years and how they also attend their mass service.
She also explained how ...
... has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents.
31. Everyone may be independent.
32. Everyone is responsible for their freedom.
33. Everyone has the right to cry.
34. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood.
35. No one has the right to make another person guilty.
36. Everyone has the right to be individual.
37. Everyone has the right to have no rights.
38. Everyone has the right to not to be afraid.
Do not defeat.
Do not ...
... arrival area at Vilnius airport, an even smaller one than Tallinn's. The few suitcases followed quickly and the most difficult part was to come. From my research I knew that the taxis waiting in front are cons (charge twice more) and there's nothing you can do about it if caught in one of their scams. There's a city bus and train that takes one to the city center but I wanted a painless solution. ...
... through a lot of hijo de *****s before we could actually get round to the dancing.
The next morning, Jette and I tried to battle our hangover with some culture at a local photography gallery. Disappointingly, it only had something like 10 pictures on show, so we had plenty of time for a nice hangover coffee in one of her favourite bars before I had to go catch my bus back to home sweet home Riga.
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... in the main Soviet bunker for Latvia, just north of Sigulda. It was built between 1970 - 1980 in response to the threat of nuclear war and had a vacation hotel for high ranking Government officials above ground, with a 2000 sq metre self contained bunker 9 metres underground. It's only recently been opened to the public, with some rooms still off limits for photography, but the bunker is pretty much as it was in 1980 ...