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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... police. Simona joked it was the tallest building in Vilnius as you could see Siberia from the rooftop.
Stopped at a statue honouring Vincas Kudirka, the chap on the 500 lita note. He wrote a poem which later was put to music, becoming the national anthem of Lithuania.
This city's key road was Gedimino. It lead right to the Vilnius Cathedral and the old town. Had mentioned to Heather there are almost no fat people in the Baltic Republics ...
... is definitely the Galvanic Spa II system, which retails for approximately $350. The System can be a programmable Galvanic Spa(tm) II Instrument with patented self-adjusting galvanic currents and interchangeable heads-for the face, scalp, and body-and works synergistically with specially formulated products to facilitate the transport of key ingredients for optimal performance. It is regarded as the nearest to a ...
Having lost a day in Belarus I had to make the most of the one day I had in Vilnius. Vilnius was a one of those last minute additions which I had not done much (spent 10 minutes on google) research about. This was 'winging it' at it's very best. I picked up a tourist map and walked in the direction of the tourist attractions. I visited an old market hall, which was not on the map, found it whilst randomly walking around. The market sold ...
... afternoon wandering through the town window shopping and people watching. On our way back to the hotel we stopped for an ice-cream and tried one with cheese in it I think it was raspberry and cheese. Very nice. This evening we went back into the old town for dinner. We went with our group to a basement restaurant for a folk evening. We were served with a 5 course traditional Lithuanian dinner - ...
... since the USSR days, there is still much to be done. Tallinn's centre was mediaeval. Riga had lots of Art Nouveau buildings. Vilnius turns out to be a mix of neo-classical and Baroque. We spotted a shower coming and took refuge in a cafe with very large umbrellas outside. We had the Lithuanian beer that I always suspected existed while the shower passed. Then feeling peckish, we ate outside a restaurant, which turned out to be part of a ...