Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- 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 …
... and we were able to leave at a reasonable time to get her to bed. We didn't rush to get up this morning and Alex and I left Sarina to take her time getting up to get ready and we went for a walk around. It was good because I now have a fairly clear idea of where everything is. I also saw a few places that I do want to check out tomorrow in regard to souvenirs. Not in the main part of the Old Town as the prices are ridiculous! We picked Sarina up and went back to ...
... was hoping I didn't get one of the "didn't bother to show up" guides. When my guide was late, I was starting to worry but he got caught in traffic and turned out to be quite excellent in his job of guiding me around the Old Town and more.
Like most countries in Eastern Europe, Lithuania has gone through many changes over the years, one invader after another ...
... same dictatorship mentality (even though not now directly a part of Russia), with 3 main process points this time. It is a very rigorous process. Once leaving the border there were once again about 5kms of semi-trailers queued. It must be extremely frustrating for them, however that seems to be how difficult they are at a soviet type border and I guess the truck drivers factor that sort of time into their travel times.
As I learnt in Minsk, within ...
... reaching the 6-sided corner marking the central point of this unexpected little square, I suddenly felt strange feelings, like there was something ominous about this otherwise charming spot. Then, looking up on the wall above the plaza, I saw it: The placard reading "Getu Jud." I then saw the writings in Hebrew and the map indicating the boundaries of this former "Jewish Ghetto," which was the main center of the Jewish community for the 80 years prior to ...