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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The first day of this adventure involved us leaving home at 5:30am to make it to the airport for a 7:30am flight to Vilnius. However as we were about the board the plane, there was a technical issue that delayed us by almost 2 hours. Although we didn't mind arriving later, as we already knew that we had plenty of spare time and we couldn't check …
... the change in time zones, and so it was already after 8pm!)
It didn't take long to be impressed by this city - lovely old buildings, well-paved streets, etc. We found a casual outdoor restaurant/cafe serving inexpensive traditional Georgian food (like cheese pasties & salad), and sat down under the large umbrellas just before it started to rain! Dining outside in a thunderstorm is fun, as long as you are dry ...
... was above Sorrento. It was a nice sports bar which severed good food. Once we finished our burger and beer we quickly went back to the hostel to begin the pub crawl. I saw Andrew sat on the sofa who I saw in Riga. I had a chat with him before the shots started flowing. I was texting Katrina trying to get to see them again. Yana was leaving early for Belarus the following morning so she wasn't going to have much time to come out. We headed to the first bar around 22.30 which was ...
... Orthodox Church came next followed by Dawn Gate. Completed in 1522, it is the only remaining gate from the city's original defensive walls. It was customary to place an image of the Virgin Mary above all the gates as protection. It might not be too evident in my picture and I didn't find an entrance so here it is from the net. Once I crossed the Gate unto ...
... has the right to look after a dog till one or the other dies. A dog has the right to be a dog. A cat is not obliged to love its master, but it must help him in difficult times. Everyone has the right to sometimes be unaware of his duties. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not a duty. Everyone has the right to be happy. Everyone has the right to be unhappy. Everyone has the right to be silent. Everyone has the right to have ...