Crowne Plaza Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
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... back in time.
The women were wearing their hair up, some with roses. Most wore dresses from the 40's. The dudes were working it too - bow ties, suspenders, pleated pants, etc. Check out the photos and videos! We have seen worse dancers on Broadway. No kidding. Apparently the Lindy Hop Club is a big thing in Europe and even in America. We chatted up a few locals throughout the night and found out that many of these ...
View of the Business Center from White Bridge
The tour had started at Cathedral Square right across from my hotel and it ended there. It was a good opportunity to return to my room and change into lighter clothes; it was too hot for me. Hot, sunny and uncomfortable. A big change to what I ...
... back to Vilnius before the rain came. It eased off, however, when we arrived back in Vilnius, so Vytaute then took us for a final tour around the city, mainly for Sarina's sake, as all she has really seen of Vilnius is the Old Town. I have managed to get a fair amount of washing done during the time in the apartment, and there is only a few things needing to dry a little more before we pack tomorrow. We might be on holiday, but we still have to worry about getting our clothes ...
... This is most strongly expressed in the Uzupis Republic housed in the middle of Vilnius who have declared independence from the Lithuanian State and grants each citizen the right to be happy, or unhappy or silent or cry or to make mistakes - it also grants the right to love and take care of a cat - this is vital in my humble opinion. Were off to Warsaw tonight after our weekend ...
... operational in parts. For example it has 200kw diesel generators that still work and were used to power the entire region around the base.
Spent half a day in Cesis, which is a town right in the Gauja NP, that used to be the capital of Livonia in the middle ages. The old 13th century castle ruins were never rebuilt after wars in the 16th and 17th centuries, but still good enough for us to climb up to the top of ...