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

    Sleepless in Vilnius

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 07, 2014

    ... and served with potatoes. Was quite delicious and filling. The Lithuanians are quite proud of their culinary heritage and have set up an association for restaurants to get their dishes as being heritage listed so to speak.

    After dinner I was feeling quite worn out so I headed back to the hostel. I chatted to Finnish David and Maltese David and Renata before heading up for bed. I bought some earplugs today and I hope to god they work.
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    Saying goodbye to Family

    A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 17, 2014

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    ... to walk up the stairs! We also went up to Gedimenis Castle as well with the Jonava family rand then it was time for them to go and for us to say goodbye. It was really bad to say goodbye to the younger ones as you do wonder if they will remember you the next time you come! After Sarina had been for her massage, we went to see Vytaute as we had to say goodbye to her parents, as they will be leaving tomorrow morning! Visiting family is great, saying goodbye is not so ...

    Vilnius & Užupis Republic

    A travel blog entry by shenanigans on Jan 09, 2013

    7 photos

    ... chill out for the afternoon planning and booking transport and accommodation for the next few destinations. The evening is spent with our new Ukranian friend Dimo, who speak little English. A girl working at Pogo acts as translator. He is friendly, full of (Russian) conversation and drunk. He's disgusted with our choice of cheap noddle packets for dinner and immediately disappears upstairs. His friend with better English enters and apologises for his behaviour. Dimo then reappears ...

    Yet another old town

    A travel blog entry by sunburntcurt on May 31, 2012

    2 comments, 8 photos

    ... We got up at 6 am and jumped on our Lux Express bus to Riga, a four-hour ride, followed by four hours in Riga for you guessed it – lunch in Old Town Riga – then another four hour bus ride to Tallin where we stay the night.

    The bus is infinitely better than the trains so far. Comfortable, smooth, clean. Seemingly safe, but ask me again after you see the Lux Express rollover disaster on CNN that’s sure to come...




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    The 'Triple A Disaster' and the Dying City

    A travel blog entry by j.mackay on Jul 24, 2011

    ... places for social gathering gave the whole area an eerie feel. It didn't help that everyone in the city seemed to be glaring at us with malcontent. In fact, on multiple occasions we had threatening sharp faced man approach us asking for money and cigarettes and, upon our refusal (or even more offensively when we complied), cursing us in Lithuanian and mumbling comments about our expensive shoes.

    The old town was equally dismal in its own way - ...