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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... a flag, a guardian symbol and a constitution. The area is full with artists and free thinkers and it’s a pretty cool area that just adds to the intrigue of this very interesting city.
We finished the night off with dinner at the local restaurant next to the hotel with another helping of local beer and local potato and meat stew with, of course, litres of sour cream. All in all, it was an interesting and fulfilling day in a country that I previously knew nothing ...
... nuns etc. They must have been absolutely soaked.
The rain stopped as quickly as it had started, and we sat at a pavement cafe and watched a brass band concert in the square by the hotel,
Just at sunset, in our room by then, Hughie spotted four hot air balloons over the Old Town. He borrowed my diary/notebook to prop the camcorder on, promising it ...
... took too many photos before deciding to head back to Vilnius. We got a little lost going back to the bus station because we didn't take the main road, we wanted to walk around the lake. An old lady helped us find the bus station, though she did think we were German. At the bus station, we helped an old man out by changing his 10 Litas note into coins. He rewarded our kindness by giving us a lottery ticket he had in his pocket. Can't wait to see if we are ...
... I found it, I see there is no where close by to sit inside and get something to eat, until I see this tiny tiny cafe in the basement of a building about four blocks away. I needed to wait for Katie to join me, and the concert venue was closed so I went inside. The cafe was adorable. There were five tables, all quite sizable, each decorated with a Christmas centerpiece and candles. There was a table close to the bar, which was adorned with decorations and home made ...
... afternoon to explore so cheated and took the funicular to the castle to see the view then walked to the museum of genocide victims also known as the KGB museum. We then wandered till we could walk no more. Being Sunday most exhibits closed at 500.. But then again it was 32 degrees today which was probably more than that down in amongst the old buildings. A good day despite the heat and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center