Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... but this didn't seem to stop locals, who just overtook, into oncoming traffic.. Unbelievable! We got about 3 hrs completed and we crossed over into Lithuania. We stopped at a little town and looked for some lunch. We had very little polish money left and as we were leaving the country, we pooled what we had and settled on some burgers from a local stand in some sort of a public square..We left Duster and walked in and of course it started to rain. The Hamburger lady was a ...
... with all the stuffed animals (Cat felt right at home) as well as the armament rooms with their shields and breast plates. We crossed the bridge back to the peninsula and hired a rowing boat to tour around the island and Lake Galve. This was a fantastic way to see the castle in all it's glory and being in the boat was so relaxing! We both took a turn at rowing and enjoying the sunshine/being photographer- terribly romantic. By now we were both ready for ...
... attached, but a number of other stores have their own amber museums. Exhibits show how amber is made, the different kinds and colors, and various amber articles from mundane pipes to elaborately carved clipper ships to the bizarre bound edition of Mein Kampf replicated in honey-colored amber and finished with silver lettering and swastika clasp. We looked at a lot and managed to weed through and decide on a few gifts.
Our Tauck tour began ...
... like it was the right place because I asked several people if this was the right stop and they said that it was. I waited and waited and waited until I saw several buses pass the stop and not actually stop that said Vilnius to Riga and I became so confused. After awhile, I realized that I was at the wrong stop and I did not know what to do. I really actually just wanted to cry because I felt like I had failed my attempt to go to Riga but when ...
... the next I was flat on the ground, laughing harder than I can remember. The next second I'm telling the guy "don't pick me up I can get up by myself!" and then, of course, he picks me up and stands me on my feet. We took a cab home, reminisced about our evening, and slept at Katie's dorm.
I needed last night. I needed to go out into the city and meet some enthusiastic Lithuanians at their quaint cafe. I needed to see a terrible show in a new part of town, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking