BEST WESTERN Daniela
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... the ground. A taxi driver barked at us and woke a colleague who took us to our hotel. For a paltry £20 we were able to get access to our room early and a little rejuvenating kip. Each bus/ trolleybus ride here costs a flat 70cents (50p), so we headed in to the Old town- worth seeing but not worth travelling out of your way to reach. The buses generally appear to be driven by sour faced, middle aged women during ...
... France before Christmas to see the Christmas markets. I even left my bag in Poland so the flight was cheaper, anything to save a bit of money!
As the flight was in progress, the pilot would occasionally come on the speaker to update us on progress, not that it was necessary. Looking out the window, 3/4 of the trip was made in clear, bright blue sky. Then it clouded over, and as we dipped through the clouds, the rain began...
"Welcome to England"
... the serving was a little on the small side.
I wandered for a bit more before grabbing a coffee and deciding to head to Vilnius. The guy at the hostel convinced me take the train instead of the bus, saying that the train goes through forest, is faster and cheaper. So I grabbed my pack and made my way to the train station. He was right on all three accounts: the train got me to Vilnius faster through some lovely countryside and it was under half the price of a bus ticket.
... chicken. All were delicious.
We are now gathering our thoughts on the rooftop sky terrace at Hotel Daguridus, looking out over the basketball courts of the neighboring Jezuitu Gimnazija and looking forward to sleep.
Tomorrow morning we are meeting Barb’s family for a tour of Old Town followed by dinner at their house. This will be our second time meeting with ...
... out into the city and descovered most of the things I
mentioned above. I found an arts suppply shops and bought some crayons
and a pencil then we found a place to sit by the river, Jamie wrote
while I drew.
After an explore, sadly the devil Musim was closed by the time we got
there, we sorted our stuff. I had a go at convincing j to stay another
day in kanus but really it was probably time to move on. (it would tern
out to be the right choice as ...