Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Fitness/Health center
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I'm splitting the Vilnius saga in two parts seeing as I spent longer there than some of my most successful relationships. My first day in Vilnius was a shock, I stepped off the bus and I was so cold I was physically disabled. After gathering my courage I made it to AKS. I was taken to the countryside to help with a kids camp. Melanie (Italian stallion) fell asleep quickly on me and I started relaxing after my trauma of a time in Ukraine/Belarus. Aurelija said we had to do ...
We did not know what to expect from the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. As the bus came into the city we saw that it was nestled in hills around the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers. Our taxi whisked us from the bus station to our Old Town hotel very quickly through the thin Sunday traffic.
Our first exploratory walk through the Old Town seemed to reveal a church on every ...
... before they brought out the next 2 plates. The second her plate was empty, they brought the other 2 dishes out. I have never had to eat a meal so quickly, as time was running out. We also had to spend our last Lithuanian pennies in the supermarket before taking the bus...we had a lot of pennies to try spend!!
Now we are on the bus to Riga to celebrate St Patrick's Day tonight.
Lesson learned in Vilnius: don't trust the descriptions on the guide ...
... I don't have wifi in the dorms, and so ill be doing any updates from cafes. So much to talk about already. I've been writing things down in my journal as I go along, so ill give you a mix of what I think is worth typing out and what I am thinking at the moment. First, everybody enjoys lists, so here's my first one: Stooph's top 10 things she doesn't want to forget about her first day back at traveling: 1. I really need to ...
... on my way!!
By now, I was feeling hungry, so I ducked into a supermarket and bought a take-out lunch, which I sat and ate in a park, across the bridge and leading to a defunct residential neighborhood which I found myself strangely attracted to.
The neighborhood is full of crumbling wooden buildings but bears a visit, because of the style of the buildings, which are now scheduled to be renovated by the city. These were very similar to the older wooden ...