AirInn Vilnius Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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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... circumstances. It's way too risky! (This guy was a smooth worker, and so he probably approaches tourists all the time.)
Back on track, we eventually found the bus station (30 minutes walk from our hotel). Having an idea of which platforms the buses to Trakai leave from, we lined up for a bus that was parked in one of the bays, only to be advised that the correct bus was another one nearby. The fare was only 1.8 euros each (about $2.60). We sat ...
... of people who hid, rescued and died for the Jewish people they didnt know but helped anyway. The Japanese consulate signed over 2,900 visas to get people out, against Imperial orders, so they could escape through Japan to Suriname and Curacao. The sheer mindlessness and cruelty defeats me. Onward while we are in a somber mood to the KGB quarters where the story repeated itself but over a longer period and targeted Vilnians themselves. After ...
... you see is authentic. It's not just bleak, it's slightly frightening. It really does convey how ruthless the KGB were. James Bond films don't do that organisation justice.
When I emerged it was raining. Like, pouring down buckets. On the long walk back to the hostel I reflected on the fact that I hadn't brought any decent wet weather gear with me. I've got warm clothes, but once they get wet I'm basically screwed. This was one of ...
... day and had a coffee and a chocolate and raspberry muffin while I read my book. Unfortunately I am getting very close to finishing my book and I seriously doubt I will be able to find the 2nd part of the trilogy here in Lithuania. Thinking of finding something else to read, I wandered to the Vilnius University bookshop but it was closed on Sundays. Something to do tomorrow. I decided to head back to the hostel via the eastern part of old town ...
... really well! Local food is good, but not great. The cold beet soup was delicious. My problem is that I am entering the land of cream. There is dairy in everything now! Took a fun day trip to the castle town of Trakai and did a pedal boat and walked and ate ...and you can tell I am turning into a travel robot. It is all blending together and becoming routine. I have been away long enough that everything starts to look normal to me and I am not noting the uniqueness ...