Crowne Plaza Vilnius
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... to appreciate their unimportance.
22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
23. Everyone has the right to understand.
24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
27. Everyone shall remember their name.
28. Everyone may share what they possess.
29. No one can share what they do not possess.
... t know where I was but I wasn't worried. There are people on the streets and the street signs looked familiar so I must've seen then on the map. Pilies street led me to the Catheral Square and back to the hotel.
I saw other places but I still don't know what they are.
The plan for tomorrow is a city tour.
Labos nakties (lah-BAWS nahk-TYEHS) Good night
... little village to another, from those of the lowland people (west coast) to those of the highland people (east side of Lithuania) viewing their houses, sheds, implements and watching some people at work on crafts in some cottages. Had our picnic lunch at one of the village displays and were bothered by those pesky European wasps, in fact Vytaute (the youngest one) was bitten on the hand by a wasp. PM - Then ...
Our last day in Vilnius was pretty action packed as we had two things to accomplish: do the free walking tour to learn some stories about the city, and figure out what the hell to do with our luggage since we were imminently going to check out and then not have a place to stay that night. We decided to try to leave our luggage at a different hostel - which even though the first time we tried to find it we failed miserably, turned out to be a good idea. But before ...
... was absolutely STUNNING. Every square inch had been used for stucco of over 2,000 figures - we'll take their word for it!
The lowlight was the museum of the NKVD/Gestapo/KGB - they all had need to use the facilities contained therein. The accompanying history from 1938-1990 was particularly sad for the thousands who were forcibly deported to the back ends of Russia - along the ...