Hotel Artis Centrum
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... to do what we wanted. I walked out with Tony. I bought some blueberries  and he bought a couple of local meat snacks deep fried in dough, a very local item. Sat by a nearby tree and suggested others get it. Should have got a commission.
Back over the bridge to get an double scoop of kiwi and mango ice cream cone . I just meandered until the 1445 rendezvous time, Vilnius or bust. The heat had returned. After a floral roundabout, it was 27k to ...
... loud noise*
4:35 Nona takes a shower and gets dressed
4:45 N: "So.. I'm gonna go... See you in about two years in China!"
J: "Cool! See ya! I'm going back to bed..."
Which left me all by my lonesome in a big big hostel room in Vilnius. So after continuing my cat nap for a couple of hours, I breakfasted on some left-over Soviet muesli, left my backpack at ...
... sorting through it. There was actually about another 4 Litas plus quite a bit more in other currencies that we should be able to bring back to their home countries. Counting and sorting change is one of Amber's favorite activities, so this made her night.
Tomorrow we plan on seeing as much of the city as we can. I hope the snow slowed down.
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... has a nice gentle countryside that will not blow you away, but equally, will never bore you. Its capital, with its Old Town architecture and thriving art scene will not blow you away, but equally, will never bore ...
... the roads in Lithuania were good, and the scenery was green for miles around. The guide we had tonight put the % of trees at 45% of the countryside. I should have said yesterday that Vilnius was full of amber shops, amber being a byproduct of the pine trees.
We chose to do one of the optional extras tonight, a trip out to a woodland area where over a hundred wooden buildings from the 17th to 19th century have been relocated to form an open ...