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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Panorama Vilnius
Excellent breakfast and magnificent views of the city from the rooms facing north.
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Well, it is actually a- c (some diacritical mark) - i - u, but it is pronounced "achoo"!
And what a pleasant surprise this place turned out to be today, achoo very much! Yet another hidden, unknown gem. City of churches, spires, cupolas, domes - and they turned out to be everywhere. I must admit to being rather overwhelmed with history …
First things first - the sour rye soup, however unfortunately named and disgustingly sounding, had no ill effects overnight, so it will be a problem free flight to Vilnius at least in that regard.
Breakfast in the Polonia Palace Hotel was excellent - egg station, a big range of other choices, hot food, the whole gamut really including …
... back. I ended up having a shot of a 120 year old liquor that was SWEET, not just awesome but the taste was surprisingly not at all harsh.
I had an hour to kill to the time was spent in quite a similar fashion, sharing excited stories, great food, and sampling all sorts of Lithuanian liquor. It was great when I could get by on the little Lithuanian that I know to speak with the old mother, who would get so excited it warmed my heart. They would point to items ...
... on either side. On the left of my photo are buildings constructed during Nazi occupation and on the right are those constructed during Soviet rule. Interestingly our guide told us that shops on the "Soviet side" always go bankrupt after a couple of months and most people prefer to walk on the "German side" which is more popular in terms of it's architecture.
We walked on and experienced Vilnius' narrowest street which was also formed part of the "ghettos" constructed by ...