AirInn Vilnius Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
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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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... the net and people would forget to decorate me, not so lucky it seems. It seems there is always spare make up and a spare hat. Thankfully the people I was surrounded by were completely worth looking like an idiot for. I not only dressed up once but also for the childrens Halloween party, making up for all the years I avoided it. Except for that one year at university where I made such a royal effort and never made it to the nightclub but ended up with food poisoning, a ...
... of Gediminos was taken over by hockey rinks, dance floors for competitions, pink pong tables, chess and other games mostly for kids and teenagers with adult participation. It was refreshing to see the new generation being active instead of buried in their smartphones.
... and just wanted to say hello. He smiled and said "sure" and off we went into this decrepit building, up to another room. We entered a surprisingly modern office and we all introduced ourselves. We chatted with his broken English about his policing issues and shared common ground with his main priorities being domestic violence and volume crime. He was a true gentleman and was very welcoming. He was somewhat embarrassed at the state of ...
... castle, a forty-five minute drive from Vilnius was next on the schedule. The present castle is a pretty 1950's reconstruction of a fortification built by Vytautus the Great in the 15th century. Of little historical importance, it is more famous as the setting for several movies, Elizabeth I and Dungeons and Dragons among others. The few small historical museums that have been added to to the complex are worth a visit and a walk around the ...
... crowned and blessed by the Pope. Pope had a lot more power in those days, I think.
The Grand Dukes also gobbled up a lot of territory on occasion in that their territory had coasts on both ends, the Baltic Sea on one end and the Black Sea on the other end. In Trakai where I visited today, the Duke had brought back a bunch of Tartars from the Crimea to be ...