Algirdas City Hotels
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... for a few minutes, he would wake me up without fail. So consequently I am not in a very good mood today.
After Renata (Lina left on a holiday to Iceland so her friend Renata has taken over) made a great omelet for breakfast, I went out and had a coffee the size of my head. I had no desire or energy to do anything so I wandered old town and visited the Sunday craft market in cathedral square. After buying a few souvenirs for family ...
... was Vytautus the Great, head of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania at one time. He is the only person called 'the Great' in Lithuanian history.
We were back on the A1 withib 10 minutes, heading for Trakai Island Castle, built by Vytautus the Great. It was his favourite residence outside Vilnius.
Simona gave a quiz on the Baltic Republics. I teamed up with David and Sarah as the 'Back Seat Bandits'. A low number [out of 16] was expected for ...
... It was a very small centre though airy and light but it did not have the grandeur of Harrods! A little way down the street we stopped for a tourist photo op of the Three Muses outside the theatre. These are black cloaked figures with gold faces to represent comedy, drama and tragedy. Now back at the square we wandered towards the Town Hall square, looking for a nice place to eat on our last evening. We settled on a place called Kitchen where we each ate pasta dishes. ...
... Jews from Minsk by the Nazis on 2 March 1942. At the end of the tour we called back to our hotel for a quick coffee break before travelling to the Belarus / Lithuanian border. Even though it is the main road to the border it was a very bumpy ride. Did I mention that the trees are starting to change colour? Crossing the border was quite slow as they were checking us out of both Russia and Belarus and then ...
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 ...