Hotel Artis Centrum
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Artis Centrum Vilnius
I was pleasantly surprised when I was allowed to check in very early (even before 10 a.m.), because my room was ready. And I really enjoyed the breakfast, especially, the pancakes. :)
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Resonably early start today which back fired a little as breakfast at the hotel didn't start until 8am when we were hoping to be away by 8.30am. Hotel staff managed to rustle up cereal, toast and tea which would get us through. Brilliant blue and clear skies as we left Riga. Magnificent views of bridges (two suspension bridges) and river side …
Today we did another tour of an old town centre here in Vilnius. After a mixed reaction as we entered the city yesterday, we were surprised by its hidden charm that was shared with us during our half day tour.
As usual our local guide provides us with lots of information about Lithuania as we travel along. Of the 3 milion Lithuanians, about …
After a wonderful breakfast at the hotel, I spent the first half of the day at the meeting. When it was over, I had plenty of time till my bus, so I went to explore some of Vilnius. As I had had been there before, it was just wandering about the city.
The weather was perfect and it was +25C, so I decided to take a long walk to the shopping …
After spending the night on the bus, I arrived in Vilnius at 7:00. The first thing I needed was, of course, coffee, so I went to McCafe near the Bus Station. Coffee seemed (or maybe even was) incredibly delicious. :) After my breakfast, I went to the hotel I was supposed to stay the night and where gathering up was appointed. I was pleasantly …
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