City Hotels Rudninkai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... small bar and when we saw the band wearing silly hats and playing what sounded like Balkan Ska, we knew we had to go in. They were super fun and silly and there was no cover charge. What a great night.
We needed it after visiting the Occupation museum in the former headquarters of the Gestapo and KGB. The Baltic states have really had it rough throughout their history, especially the last 100 years. First invaded by ...
... during the last 10 days.
I kept thinking of where I have to go and what I have to do; I don’t have to look far, I’m centrally located. The logical thing to do was visit the Cathedral.
Vilnius Cathedral and the Cathedral Square where the Palace of the Grand Dukes also stands.
... filled with meat - which were OK but I'd probably not have them again - and we all sat around and joked about politically incorrect topics at a volume everyone in the restaurant could hear. The Kiwi girl told a story about how she'd booked a bus online, gotten on the wrong bus and the bus driver didn't check her ticket. She only realised she was on the wrong bus when it was half way to the wrong country, where she had to get off the bus and wait ...
... block or two where the Jewish population used to reside - key word here - used. Not that the attentions of those delightful gentlemen were limited to people of the Semitic faith. Theres a strong Lithuanian hangover evident from this period of their history - a history that goes up to 1991 when they became independent- - a quirkiness that gives a smiling well adjusted finger to ...
... operational in parts. For example it has 200kw diesel generators that still work and were used to power the entire region around the base.
Spent half a day in Cesis, which is a town right in the Gauja NP, that used to be the capital of Livonia in the middle ages. The old 13th century castle ruins were never rebuilt after wars in the 16th and 17th centuries, but still good enough for us to climb up to the top of ...