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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... we stopped at a shopping centre and immediately labelled Lithuanians as the Worst! parkers of vehicles anywhere. We then stopped off at the local Police station. Always a bit of a risk as to how our brethren in another country would react. It's either warm welcome or of cold disdain. We gave it a shot and entered a very run down police station. It was a very, very tired station. You would not like to be locked up there! After a chat ...
... old ghettos, looking at where the Grand Synagogue once stood (it is now a school). On towards a park where there is a bust of Frank Zappa who, having earned himself a place on the Soviet's banned music list, became a symbol of freedom to the people of Lithuania. To add to the western feel we turned around to see a graffiti drawing of Twiggy's face! At the other end of the park was the Holocaust Museum which was very informative about the Jews in both Vilnius and Kaunas, and was full ...
... established in post-Holocaust Eastern Europe, and an integral part of the four-century Vilnius University. There we met Ruta Puisyte, the Assistant Director of the Institute, who gave us a brief overview of its goals and accomplishments. We arranged to meet with her the following day when she will serve as our guide to tour more of Lithuania.
Once again, we had a fabulous dinner with Galina ...
... menu and ask me to read aloud, then clap and shout and pour a shot of approval with my pronunciation. Overall, the whole vibe of the cafe was right where I wanted to be, with a small group of sweet people. I will definitely go there again.
Then it was concert time, I walked back to the venue pretty tipsy at this point, and met up with Katie. It was probably one of the strangest feelings going up to the bouncer and saying "ahh...I'm...uh..we...we are on the list, ...
... of a choice though as they didn't slice the pizza up here.
We met up with Sara after lunch for walk around the city. Each time we had done this Sara had given us a brief history about the country and the city we were in. She was using hand written notes, obviously her own, I must say this was very good and added greatly to my whole experience in each city. I think that it may have been lost on some people that there was ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed