Hotel Artis Centrum
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
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... situation is in the news in Canada and told me that Putin is very popular and liked in Russia, and that there is a lot of propaganda on Russian TV.
Back in Vilnius I chose S. Metaxa on Pilies, a Greek restaurant, where I had an authentic Greek salad and warm, fresh bread. I could smell the oregano and fresh ...
... headed down to the beach area of the large lake adjacent the historic village to have a swim, but no, the water was full of blue green algae, no swimming here! But Lana and I were grateful for Giedre's botanical lessons throughout the day, I saw Horsetail for the first time, an oak tree with acorns and a wild strawberry! Also saw a hazelnut tree with nuts and so many others I have now forgotten, an amazing ...
... They all seemed to think they were auditioning for "Lithuania's got talent"! And I realised that EVS'ers like to make fun of these serious Lithuanians by blaring out all their favourite hits in drunken chorus, instead of trying to perform the very best rendering of "Yellow" possible.
A couple of beers and a ear-shedding Bon Jovi-impression later, Jette took me back home, so I could catch a couple of hours of sleep before taking the morning bus across the border!
... s, the 'Pearl of Vilnius', famous for the intricate design of its brickwork exterior incorporating thirty-three different kinds of brick. According to local lore, Napoleon said that he "wanted to take it back to Paris in the palm of (his) hand". Vilnius Cathedral with its blue marble columns and gold and silver alter is duly impressive. St. Casimir, the patron saint of Vilnius, has his own chapel with colorful frescoes celebrating his miracles of ...
... together with Poland to be a country. They have also been taken over by Russian Czars and then by Soviets, a short period during WWII by the Nazis, and have also been overrun by Mongols but that didn't last long. They had a short dictatorship but it was a "soft" dictatorship - not like Stalin or anything. Now they have a female president who has been in ...