Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Fitness/Health center
TripAdvisor Reviews Europa City Hotel Vilnius
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Up after 0600. Couldn't figure out the lights so turned the big one on; just close your eyes a bit more, roomie.Down for brekkie at 0705. Only the driver was down by the time I left after 0730. This has to be the laziest group I've traveled with. They would ***** and moan if this was a 'busy'--rather than 'moderate'--pace.
Walked back into …
We ate breakfast at the hotel (nice buffet) and then I had a massage while Larry rested. Wonderful! Then Buddy, Jane, Larry and I walked around the town and did a little amber shopping. We lunched outside at a cafe that served crepes. The population of Lithuania is 3.5 million and 555,000 live in Vilnius. Our hotel is in the old historic part of the city ...
... are several smaller craters close by. From Saaremaa we headed into Latvia, with a few hours in Parnu along the way. Parnu is a beach resort and not really our scene, but Peter managed to take us down through the sand dunes so we arrived in the middle of the nudist beach! We both felt distinctly overdressed. There are two rock breakwaters stretching 2km from the river mouth out to sea and it's possible to walk to ...
... chill out for the afternoon planning and booking transport and accommodation for the next few destinations. The evening is spent with our new Ukranian friend Dimo, who speak little English. A girl working at Pogo acts as translator. He is friendly, full of (Russian) conversation and drunk. He's disgusted with our choice of cheap noddle packets for dinner and immediately disappears upstairs. His friend with better English enters and apologises for his behaviour. Dimo then reappears ...
... an Old Town. Nice historic area surrounded by hideous communist-era block buildings. Built for utility. And now crumbling. Like every other Old Town we’ve been in, there are cafes that line the streets with buskers here and there, usually playing the same song over and over. At one point I wanted to take a guy’s soprano saxophone and beat him to death with it and then walk down the street and use the sax to beat the accordion player to death. How ...