Domina Plaza Luxury Apartments

Address: 39/1 Didzioji gatve, Vilnius, 2001, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Vilnius - Day trip to Trakai Park

A travel blog entry by melandmic on Aug 11, 2015

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... as far away from all the smokers as we could - it makes one really appreciate the laws in Australia! It's sad to see so many young people getting hooked on cigarettes.

Beetroot soup was soup of the day, which is just as well, because that's exactly what I had in mind to try. The Czech goulash was clearly not a local dish, but apparently the potato cakes were typical Lithuanian fare. Michael chose the pork sirloin - much more typical ...

Free Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 11, 2015

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... to Riga) and I went to the museum of genocide victims. It was really good. The prison underneath is like the prison in Tallinn, but they had some solitary confinement cells with water torture. There was no heating. The cell had a little pedestal that the man could stand upon to escape the water or ice in winter. Eventually he would fall in. It was really sad. While walking around, we saw this random parade. The dragon would stop and the people behind would crouch ...


A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 10, 2015

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... some Irish girls in Riga. They were really nice, but we didn't have all that much in common. I went out to second dinner with them and a guy from Portugal. We went to the top of a hill to see the city in the dark bc a bunch of things were lit up. I didn't really take a good picture. You have to see it. We had dinner afterwards. The girls were a bit disturbed that the fish was whole. All of the food was pretty ...

The Darker Side of Human Nature

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 06, 2014

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... combined forces of Lithuania and Poland absolutely trounced the Teutonic Knights, effectively crippling them and starting their downfall. Apart from that, I found myself feeling surprisingly bored. I think I'm starting to get to saturation point with museums, which is something I never thought would happen.

The two arsenal buildings sit at the foot of Gedminas' Hill, which is the site of the city's medieval fortress. All that is left of the castle now is the ruins ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 31, 2014

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... on a combination of A16/2/19.

We passed through some forests with a sad history. Many people were buried there in Soviet times; many Jews killed, in Nazi times. Off the highways by 1515.

The legend of the founding of Vilnius was something like this. Vytautus the Great had hunted down a great bison near a hill. He then rested. There was a large wolf in the dream, making the sound of a thousand wolves. He asked a pagan priest what it ...

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