Address: Vilniaus str. 2/15, Vilnius, 2001, Lithuania | 4 star hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Vilnius

    Vilnius - Day trip to Trakai Park

    A travel blog entry by melandmic on Aug 11, 2015

    8 photos

    ... in 3 phases, the last being in the early 15th century, lay in ruins until the 19th century when work began on restoring it. The major restoration was finally completed in 1961. We made our way up and down stairs and through various chambers, some of which contained various artifacts from bygone eras. I kept thinking about the battles that were fought there, and imagined the amazement the soldiers would have, if they could see it now - with a ...


    A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 12, 2015

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... the egg of the other person. Whoever's egg shell breaks loses. I lost to Russian guy. Today is Easter in the Orthodox Church. Happy Easter my Orthodox readers. Read up about how the date of Easter is determined in the Eastern and Western churches. It's interesting. I hung out in the hostel and skyped Carolyn which you many know as many names in the comment section. The weather wasn't very nice I bought my train ...

    Mean Streets

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 02, 2013

    ... take in all the information but there was so much and if I'm honest, I think I've reached saturation point with this subject recently. Back in Cambodia, an English girl I got talking to had used the phrase 'museum'd out'. And it's true, it can happen. There's only so much you can take in and after Berlin I've reached the point where I need a rest from it. That's no discredit to the KGB Museum (proper name is the Museum of Genocide Victims), which puts on an excellent exhibit ...


    A travel blog entry by graceandgary on Apr 21, 2013

    8 photos

    ... started by posting more and more troops in the country and slowly pressured the democratic government to eventually hand over power. With this the Soviet's started to dismantle the democracy and any opposition and replace it with their own communist model. Any possible opposition, including the leaders of the society, and the military were either sent to camps or shot. Then WWII happened, Germany invaded the country. So began the persecution of the people under the Fascists, ...

    Mano Vardas Stephanie

    A travel blog entry by stooph on Dec 12, 2012

    1 comment, 2 photos

    ... to a new country are the best for me. It's when I am forced through day to day operations before the norm settles in. The first grocery store visits, getting an Id, going to the bank, all of these forced the use of certain phrases I never thought I'd actually need. "How do you get to the post office?" "I need to make three copies." "Can I please have a bag?" I've been walking everywhere because the streets here are just like Sydney; winding, hilly, ...