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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... market, arrested, deported and murdered people. Everything that reminded of either Germany, Lithuania, Poland or non-Orthodox faith was attacked and destroyed. But this was only the beggining. When the Russian architects drawn their plans of Vilnius of the future it became clear that the Soviets want to completely obliterate entire boroughs of the old city and rebuild it on the Soviet model.""In this time most of the Catholic churches were closed and turned into ...
... ground making noise and then would jump up when the dragon's tail hit the ground. We went to a place called kitchen last night. I had salad, potatoes, and duck breast. It was so good and cost only 10 euro. I met the people in my hostel. Nice people. The Russian guy and I didn't get along on some of our opinions to the point that I was tired of it. I was going to go to bed but I went out with 2 of the people taking care of the hostel. I had some chicken soup that was ...
... ended at cathedral square. This bit annoyed me because like every free walking tour they rely on the tips. These two French girls and one French lad kind of just shuffled off. They seemed nice on the tour but turned out to be idiots for not tipping her. On the other hand the rest of us tipped her and she took us to a micro brewery called Būsi Trečlas. It was just a short walk away from the square. Whilst in their the tour guide pointed a couple of things ...
... of Vilnius, but their locations remain unknown.
I had to get out of the museum at that point and back up into daylight and I needed to walk to clear my head. I went and grabbed a coffee and a muffin and lost myself in my book for a while. I wandered back to the hostel for a quick stop before making my way to a nearby cinema. Irena, Lucas and Lina all thoroughly recommended the film "Nematomas Frontas" (Invisible Front) about the partisan fighters. This is a ...
... Telus!) and find the local city bus to the train station. From there, it was only about a 5 minute walk to the hostel, though by the time I arrived, I was melting -- and so were the M&Ms in my bag. Melts in your mouth, not in your hand? False advertising, that is!
The hostel here is great. It's small -- only about 12 beds -- and feels more like a house than a hostel. The owner, Lina, greeted me when I arrived with offers of unlimited free ...