AirInn Vilnius Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAirInn Vilnius Hotel
Delivered less than promised. Okay experience otherwise. Far away from downtown but very close to the airport, which is a good thing.
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... you Laimonas and Geidre! Had supper on the way home at a Karaite restaurant, their specialities are a beautiful pastry filled with meat called Kibinai, we had pork and venison ones. The Karaite people from Crimea, were brought to Lithuania by Grand Duke Vytatas centuries ago to use as bodyguards, guess they must have been good warriors. Their religion was the Interpretation of the Old Testament but they were not ...
... this would be fun. Unfortunately I was the only person to turn up - so much for meeting new people - but since I was there I paid my fee and went off with the two Lithuanian girls who were leading the crawl that night plus half a dozen of their friends who turned up for the free shots and stuff that the tour company had organised. Not the most exciting night as they weren't the most exciting bunch of people, some of them didn't speak any English either which meant ...
... was like a bedroom in a residential house. In fact I think it was a residential house not too long ago. There was thick carpet on the floor. The toilets were singles, not a big room with cubicles. I hate those - every time I go to brush my teeth, day or night, without fail, someone will walk in and set a new world record for World's Loudest Dump.
I could hear people talking downstairs in the basement and it was only when I went down there that I found the kitchen. ...
25 June 2013
The free city tours are the best way to see any city. The guides are usually students; in the case of the three capital cities of the Baltic states they have been girls in the 20-25 years of age bracket. Some of them add some humor to it all as they do their very best the make it a good experience. Other than normal guides who are paid before hand and then rush you through a program ,the students do this in a ...
... curious looking bags and tinfoil. He insists we must have some of his chicken and pork cutlets, oranges and apples...and ketchup. After many 'thanks but no thanks', we can't hold back his offers anymore. They look almost insulted. The cutlet has a mean kick and is complimented by a slice of orange. Sharon then emerges from the kitchen with bowls of our noddle with 'beef' and 'chicken'. The other Ukranian lad then says if his wife brought that food onto his dinner table, it would ...