Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 …
... cleverly constructed so as to show the foundations of the demolished Palace and some earlier foundations of the old castle that once stood there prior to the Palace. PM - After many hours in there, at around 2pm we headed off for lunch and decided Indian should be the flavour of the day. Their samosa's were very nice but Boti salad was ordinary. Then we looked in Vilnius cathedral which stands in front of the Dukes Palace, very nice ...
... think it was their first time at a bar, hitting on women, having beers, whatever. They played REM's "It's the end of the world as we know it" just before it hit midnight, and we were alive and well. We left after too many drinks and Katie had one of the boys quite literally chasing after her down the street begging for her address. During our brisk walk away, I hit the pavement HARD. I slipped so fast it was just like a cartoon stepping on a banana peel, one second I ...
... we were happy.
We were supposed to do a free walking tour, the same one that we had done in the other two cities, but we ignored/forgot about the sign in our hostel saying that you had to book in advance as this had not been necessary before. Apparently you shouldn’t ignore signs like that, as we learnt 10 minutes after the scheduled start time when we had been standing at ...
... wasn’t that hard to operate and I don’t think I embarrassed myself, but the bow was very tricky and you have to be damn strong to get a good pull on one of those things!
Back in the city, I booked a train ticket to take me to Poland the next day. The train took a little longer than a bus, but I was getting tired of busses. Had I known how that train journey would go, I might have just gone with the bus.
Poland is ...