Travel Blogs from Vilnius
Well, This morning when I woke up, the rains had stopped but the sky was a bleak, dark grey, with the promise of more rain to come. With many sights left to see, I didn't want to let those ugly clouds stop me from absorbing all I could of this interesting and n which I am personally connected to the city through ancestry. In addition, this being …
Well, today I was super happy when I got up and saw the sun. I had been starting to feel a bit down because I haven't been able to really get out onto the streets of Vilnius and look around thoroughly like I like to do and I was feeling disappointed. In addition, the gloomy skies were beginning to make me feel like Vilnius was a drab and depressing …
So here I am on my first day in Vilnius, Lithuania. It is really raining hard but I have decided to remain undeterred and to see as much of this, the city of my ancestors, before I have to leave.
I woke up early at about 7:30 basically ready to go, but I knew nothing would really be happening until 10. Meanwhile, I got myself organized …
Well, where to begin?
As much as I had a wonderfully deep experience in Riga with my new found viewpoint of the lifestyle, beyond the depths that most tourists will experience, I found myself, reluctantly, ready to move on to my next destination.
I woke up with a sense of belonging in this city of color, art and music but I also …
... the information on the old Russian black market described it as being 'well out of your comfort zone'. I hesitated on it for a while but it didn't look like it was far, just a straight shot from the Green Bridge at the north end of the Old Town. This market goes back to Soviet times, a place to get dodgy things and meet dodgy people, just like the one that I described in the previous chapter in Warsaw (although that one no longer exists). I didn't think I'd go inside, but ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking