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- Shuttle bus service
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... telecommunications and TV tower shining brightly in the early morning sunlight. Quickly out of the city and into a green and inviting countryside as first sector of our 300km to Vilinus.
Along the way our guide tells us of the persecuton of the 70 000 jews who were rounded up and killed by the Nazi Gestapo. Later thousands of educated and prosperous Latvians disappeared under communist rule at the hands of the KGB. This is ...
... her all day thank goodness as it takes up way too much of your limited time.. Today we spent nearly all day in the bus. Our aim for the day was to stop at Augustow for lunch and get rid of all our Polish money..the Zloto..I had 40 left which was around €10. When we arrived in Augustow ,in my haste to get off the bus I knocked my head and popped the lens out of my glasses as they were perched on my head, I managed to salvage them thankfully, then I left ...
... would say something. Again we drove right thru the border post.
Entering into Lithuania I didnt know what to expect. Latvia was a big drop in standards from Estonia. Lithuania was the furthest south and sandwiched between Poland and Belarus so I always expected this to be ...
... Cornish pasty in my opinion!
Once back at the hostel we made use of the large movie library and watched Shutter Island. Later on we met the others in the square again and headed out to find a bar in which to watch the big game - Estonia vs Lithuania. Having drunk so much beer recently I decided that tonight would be the night that I treated myself to a glass of wine. Now I don’t know if its because I haven’t had wine in ages but this was one of the ...
... city was run down, poor with dilapidated, ugly apartment buildings, no maintenance, no upkeep. I knew my hotel, Kempinski, is across the Cathedral Square so every time I saw a church I got scared. There are so many churches here! From a distance, I saw colorful roofs, a brighter sky and a flicker of hope helped me take a breath. I remembered having the same feeling in Amsterdam. It was ok then ...