Crowne Plaza Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Briefly back into Vilnius Cathedral and then carried on for about 1.5k to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. This was truly baroque run wild. Some of the artistry is pagan. A boat-shaped chandelier harkened to St Peter as a fisherman. The longer I was there, the less I liked the overall effect as your eye cannot focus on anything due to the over the top baroque details.
Left there about 1500. Heather was coming in so gave her my review ...
... a highway through flat but fertile farm lands. Some farm houses looked poor while others looked modern. There were logistics firms along the road and many billboards. John Deere tractor displays dotted the landscape. One comfort stop was made before we reached the attractive coastal port of Klaipeda on the Baltic Coast. The Hotel National had good facilities. We opted to get dinner in the form of yoghurt and bread from a local supermarket stead of eating ...
We slept until 10am this morning by mistake. Since Vilnius is such a small country we were not really concerned about not being able to see everything in the day time. We started off the day with the free waffles from the hostel. They were pretty alright, but more like fancy pancakes than waffles. At 11am we were ready to go... with multiple layers on.
Like Denmark, Lithuania has a small section of its city that has decided to remove itself from the ...
... by restaurants and tour guides trying to interest you in seeing the city with them. Next was Old town (Senamiestis) such a difference in buildings, each one being slightly different with character and age. We could still see evidence that there had been a war here not that long ago, with crumbling buildings and bullet holes in the walls. Restaurants lined the cobbled streets, with no shortage of people filling into them. After looking at a few places of interest ...
... several times, while Sean the Satnav began sounding quite irate. We revisited some of the Soviet era monuments round town. Eventually we got on the main road. We needed diesel. We spied a filling station with very cheap diesel. We stopped. I stuffed the nozzle into the tank. Nothing happened. The instructions, such as they were, were only in Latvian and Russian. Alison went in to ask the girl on the cash desk for instructions. She got them, but only ...