Hotel Artis Centrum
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- Minbar in room
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- Continental Breakfast
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... used to be registered as Catholic however this was because priests would try to lure people to become baptised by giving them a clean white shirt when they did. This lead to people going to different churches in the area and being baptised more than once just for the free shirt! So the official number of religious people in Lithuania is high but if you were to visit a church on Sunday you would be unlikely to see such a great number of followers.
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... city was run down, poor with dilapidated, ugly apartment buildings, no maintenance, no upkeep. I knew my hotel, Kempinski, is across the Cathedral Square so every time I saw a church I got scared. There are so many churches here! From a distance, I saw colorful roofs, a brighter sky and a flicker of hope helped me take a breath. I remembered having the same feeling in Amsterdam. It was ok then ...
... you Laimonas and Geidre! Had supper on the way home at a Karaite restaurant, their specialities are a beautiful pastry filled with meat called Kibinai, we had pork and venison ones. The Karaite people from Crimea, were brought to Lithuania by Grand Duke Vytatas centuries ago to use as bodyguards, guess they must have been good warriors. Their religion was the Interpretation of the Old Testament but they were not ...
... going in Poland. I went out for dinner with Hannah, Shameera, and a couple of French girls who are living in Vilnius, and then I came back to the hostel. Hannah and Shameera are off to Warsaw tonight, and I’ll be going tomorrow afternoon. I’m finally doing my laundry but I have to stay up until about 1am to get it. That’s annoying. ...
... not going to make it there before sun down, and it got colder. I threw my arm out and tried to hail a vehicle for almost half an hour, with Katie frozen behind me. After finally giving up and wanting to keep all of my extremities as close as possible, an 18 wheeler stopped. "KATIE GET IN THE DAMN TRUCK NOW!" I screamed, and we hopped in. We traveled about 12 kilometers with a friendly Russian truck driver on his way across the Baltics. Now fancy that, how time ...