Algirdas City Hotels
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Anyone who is sick of me talking about castles should probably tune out now...
Woke up fairly early to catch a bus to Trakai, a small town about a 30 minute bus ride out of Vilnius. While the earplugs weren't fantastic I think they blocked enough of the cacophony of snores which, combined with my exhaustion, allowed me to get some sleep. After a quick croissant for breakfast, I made my way to the bus station and caught the next bus to Trakai.
Trakai is a small ...
... on a combination of A16/2/19.
We passed through some forests with a sad history. Many people were buried there in Soviet times; many Jews killed, in Nazi times. Off the highways by 1515.
The legend of the founding of Vilnius was something like this. Vytautus the Great had hunted down a great bison near a hill. He then rested. There was a large wolf in the dream, making the sound of a thousand wolves. He asked a pagan priest what it ...
... models of the castle and its surroundings. As the sun was lowering the tower cast a perfect shadow across the grassy area outside so we took the opportunity to lay on the grass and enjoy the evening breeze. Our last excursion for the day was to search Cathedral square for the elusive "Sebulska" stone. This is a tile in the square which it is said that if you stand on it, turn 360 degrees clockwise and make a wish then it will come true. Naturally we had ...
... by restaurants and tour guides trying to interest you in seeing the city with them. Next was Old town (Senamiestis) such a difference in buildings, each one being slightly different with character and age. We could still see evidence that there had been a war here not that long ago, with crumbling buildings and bullet holes in the walls. Restaurants lined the cobbled streets, with no shortage of people filling into them. After looking at a few places of interest ...
... is only 120 miles, I went the long way round and took in some of the scenery, got to the border at 1430, a lorry queue of 2 kilometres long led the way to the border, it must take them days to cross. There was only a small queue for everyone else so I headed straight to the front as usual, got the usual bureaucratic run around from the Belorussians, having said that it only took 45 minutes to clear Belarus. I then hit the Lithuanian border, cleared that in about ...