Algirdas City Hotels
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... the church where Michael's father was christened in 1935 (St Raphael's Church). (He was born in 1928, and so why it took this long to have him christened is a mystery.) We thought we might enquire as to whether the church might have any records of his christening, but the woman on duty in the little souvenir shop spoke neither English nor German, and so our quest was abruptly cut short. Given that the Soviets removed everything from all the churches in Vilnius, I doubt ...
... there and join him. Whilst we were all on the stage Johannas was busy chatting up this girl. Mark and I on the other hand were talking to these three Belarusian girls. I got talking to one of them. Her name was Yana, she was really nice and sweet. They were all really nice really but I suppose I was talking to Yana the most. Mark and I danced with them for an hour or so before we decided to head back towards our hostel but pop into Sorrento so see what was happening in there. ...
I headed out to explore the Old Town and made my way to the town hall square. This weekend is the Capital Days festival, where they have music stages and food and craft stalls set up in squares and streets of old town. Playing on the stage in front of the town hall was an awesome classical/rock group that interchanged from a duo to a trio and right up to a quintet depending on what they were playing. There were 2 guys on cellos with a guy ...
... back to Vilnius before the rain came. It eased off, however, when we arrived back in Vilnius, so Vytaute then took us for a final tour around the city, mainly for Sarina's sake, as all she has really seen of Vilnius is the Old Town. I have managed to get a fair amount of washing done during the time in the apartment, and there is only a few things needing to dry a little more before we pack tomorrow. We might be on holiday, but we still have to worry about getting our clothes ...
... no idea how they keep the cobblestone streets plowed in the winter. After a good number of city blocks and turns, Darlene still knew where we were. In front of us was the Gate of Dawn, so she said. Her explanation: It was completed in 1522 and houses an amazing painting on oak from 1600's of the Blessed Virgin Mary. OK, that works for me because it meant we were ...