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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... for a few days in Belarus. That was never going to happen and if Belarus wants to make things awkward for potential tourists then clearly they don't want any tourist money, so I struck it off the list, noticing back then in late February that the border crossing could pose a problem depending on which route the bus took.
Russia, on the other hand, were asking for something like $220 in Australian money to do a fast visa turnaround. When I'd finished laughing, I ...
... Among the pines we found an area of old forest that has a huge cormorant and grey heron colony. There are almost 4000 cormorants and about 400 herons in the area and they were interesting to watch from the lookout tower. They nest high up in the old dead trees, and the noise and smell reminded us of the gannet colony at Muriwai.
Our next port of call was the legendary Hill of Crosses near Siaulai, ...
... way straight to St Petersburg. The journey through Poland and Lithuania was beautiful. Just miles and miles of forests and wilderness. The snow covered everything, accept for a few farms every now and then.
I arrived in Vilnius around 1830 and got to my hostel. I was feeling pretty ill by now and has come down with the flu. Nevermind. I took some medication and went out for some dinner and a few beers to watch The Arsenal game. We lost ...
... yet, although I couldn't quite mime my way through "I need to make 3 copies of just my photo not the passport for my student I'd." Also everyone has been giving me the sweetest looks when I tell them "I'm sorry I don't understand Lithuanian." But because I've mastered that phrase they tend to think I know more. I wish I brought my computer. I wish my roommate didn't unintentionally wipe out my entire iPod. I wish I had a power adapter. Other than that, I am ...
... the crisp air for the walking tour of the city. At first I was a bit worried as the tour guide was a bit hard to understand, but it all was fine as I quickly grew accostomed to her Lithuanian/English accent. On the walking tour we did a bit of old town as well as many areas outside of it. It took us past town hall, many churches (including the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed