AirInn Vilnius Hotel
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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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... documents but didn't burn them. The residents of the town could pay to have their file reconstructed but they stopped the practice when they found that nearly a quarter of the town was dobbing each other in.
We went back to our hotel and off to dinner with the entertainment of a folk group. Yolande tried her hand a dancing and I tried blindfolded drinking - with an apron on.
This really is a lovely place.
... parties today, but we were visiting a very touristy place. We took a bus from Vilnius to Trakai, a 14th century capital. They have rebuilt the old castle, and there is loads of information inside about its history. It's set among lakes, and is very peaceful and quiet. It's also home to a tiny ethnic and religious sect called the Karaites, and we visited a separate museum about their ...
... to appreciate their unimportance.
22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
23. Everyone has the right to understand.
24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
27. Everyone shall remember their name.
28. Everyone may share what they possess.
29. No one can share what they do not possess.
... city was run down, poor with dilapidated, ugly apartment buildings, no maintenance, no upkeep. I knew my hotel, Kempinski, is across the Cathedral Square so every time I saw a church I got scared. There are so many churches here! From a distance, I saw colorful roofs, a brighter sky and a flicker of hope helped me take a breath. I remembered having the same feeling in Amsterdam. It was ok then ...
... closed. Allison paid the entrance fee and we started looking around. The woman at desk then got a bit upset because we'd only paid for 2 instead of 3 .Got it all sorted eventually but you can't sneak anything past the eastern Europeans.
We then walked back to Old Town and went to the Gediminas Tower which overlooks the town.
It was more walking around and then back to crash at the hostel.