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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... and finally gave in and got up for "breakfast" at one. We soon discovered that the hostel had a massive TV with over 70 pages of saved films so that was the rest of the day pretty much written off! We watched Sherlock Holmes before deciding that we really should at least attempt to leave the hostel once (and plus we were out of food!). We wondered through the old town, passing the town hall and the Cathedral before finding a shop and heading back to the hostel to cook ...
... arrival area at Vilnius airport, an even smaller one than Tallinn's. The few suitcases followed quickly and the most difficult part was to come. From my research I knew that the taxis waiting in front are cons (charge twice more) and there's nothing you can do about it if caught in one of their scams. There's a city bus and train that takes one to the city center but I wanted a painless solution. ...
... with his parents and siblings, his grandmother Gertruda and his great grandmother Alma. His great grandmother Alma told Tomas lots of stories about Henry (Lana's father) and their early life in Lithuania. We said goodbye to Tomas at 6:30am as he headed off to work at the timber mill 60 kms away, wonder when we will meet again? Monika took us to the bus station where we boarded the 10:00am bus ...
... closed. Allison paid the entrance fee and we started looking around. The woman at desk then got a bit upset because we'd only paid for 2 instead of 3 .Got it all sorted eventually but you can't sneak anything past the eastern Europeans.
We then walked back to Old Town and went to the Gediminas Tower which overlooks the town.
It was more walking around and then back to crash at the hostel.
... castle artefacts. Bizarrely, the peninsula and site of the castle is dotted with old wooden cottages whose descendants were Turks of a Judaic sect who were brought from the Crimea in 1400 to serve as body guards but with only 12 families of this minority group left in Lithuania, they are a dwindling lot - however, a few current day Turks would probably be very happy to add to the dwindling numbers but I'm not sure they would take on the Judaism aspect. ...