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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrata Hotel Vilnius
The hotel gave me a room on the first floor in the older part of the building (room 105), which was okay, but pretty basic. This room didnt have a computer, but there was WiFi for an additional 6EUR per day or so. The hotel is not bang in the centre, but short walk down the hill, say 10 minutes or so (and 15 back).
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Up early to catch my flight. On arrival at Vilnius, I got a taxi to the hotel, settled in and then went for a walk in the old town. Very interesting with lots to see. Went back to the hotel, had a rest and then back to the old town for dinner at a local fare restaurant- very good restaurant, loads of atmosphere and all locals there. Great food and cheap.
... get to meet again, either here or in Australia. Laimonas was so good to us when we arrived in Lithuania, meeting us then giving us somewhere to stay, telling us a lot of Lithuania's history, taking us to Rumsiskes & Trakia, it was just a great time for us! Thank you everyone for a great time in Lithuania! A few years ago the district of Užupis, in the city of Vilnius, declared itself to be an independent republic. A President and bishop ...
... but not for Sunday. We had to wait three hours before realizing the last bus on the schedule wasn't coming. No thanks to all but one person in charge, since everyone else left on the first bus. The second aggravation involves my new disdain for one little lady I had an encounter with at the bus stop. Do people realize when they travel that they form a representation of their country in the minds of everyone ...
... To top it off they recline almost flat and and have fold out foot rests and Sony noise cancelling headphone. I'm sat amidships, which is perfect for the free tea, coffee, soft drinks, "ensuite" and English language newspapers. Above me an onboard computer rotates between showing our speed, time to destination and weather for stops along the way. And of course there is free high speed ...
... Vilnius was known through out Europe as being the most diverse city; ethnically, religiously, racially and philosophically. Also, the Lithuanian people had the reputation of being the most tolerant in the world. In addition, it is located at the exact geographical center of the European continent, making it the ideal destination for people fleeing the harsh treatments in their own lands.
In addition, Vilnius had the largest Jewish population, boasting over ...