Crowne Plaza Vilnius
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
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... because it didn't take long to fill to capacity, leaving two young women having to stand until we reached the first local stop where two other passengers disembarked. (The first bus was clearly an intercity bus, it's first stop being Trakai, whereas this smaller bus stopped several times along the way.
Half an hour later, we were back in Vilnius where we checked out the local market place. Most stalls had packed up, but a few were still ...
... to go see another doctor bc it was still bothering and the doc in Italy said 1 week. Tomorrow is 1 week. Her other eye has 2 eye lashes stuck in it at the bottom. She said they weren't bothering her. I removed them for her. I'm hoping her eyes feel a lot better soon. Well Gentle Readers I'm off to bed. Have a wonderful day. I'll see you in Belarus. I learned more about Fidi at dinner but I'll have to tell you about that ...
... own currency, Independence Day (April 1, 1997). The constitution is posted on a street in 22 languages. I couldn't get the best picture but it's a cool constitute. Uzupis used to be the most dangerous part of Vilnius until artists started moving in and changing the area. I went to the Hill of 3 Crosses. I had to climb a bit of stairs. It's the highest peak of Vilnius. I walked to the other areas that ...
Woke up in time for a pancake breakfast Lina was cooking for everyone. Showered and headed out for the day, but not before saying goodbye to Irena and Lucas who were heading onwards to Poland today. I made my way through Old Town to Gedminas' Hill and the three museums there. The museum in the New Arsenal building covers Lithuanian history from the stone age until the coming of Christianity. The displays were interesting and showed not just the cultural differences between ...
... victory--assisted by Poland--over the Teutonic Knights at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410. The second floor dealt with life at Trakai Castle after Vytautus the Great through the 19th c via various displays. It was informative but you had a sense the ultimate grandeur of the place was gone.
The third floor was a short display on the archaeological reconstruction of the castle. Down a spiral staircase completed the core tour.
It was 1330 and we ...