Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- TV Channel One Russia
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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 …
... four flags were designed [one for each season], and a suitable constitution was duly drawn up. The 41 rights which form the constitution are attached to a wall on Paupio Street. In addition, it has a palace, an army [of 12] to defend it and a National Day [1st April] Here is a translation of the terms of the constitution - Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow ...
... in this as many wars were started by religious fanatics.
Anyway, in the past the people of Vilnius have built more churches than you can point a stick at. (I got a stick and couldn't manage ,ha-ha)
Historically speaking the Lithuanians have mostly been under control of other nations but…. wait for this… George Bush made a declaration that if in the future anyone would regard Lithuania as an enemy, it would also make an enemy of the ...
... Next to the cathedral is the city's bell tower, another historical and magnificent achievement here in Vilnius. I could go on about many more structures, but there are countless statues, sculptures, artwork, and buildings that can stop you in your tracks in every part of the city. It is an incredible feeling to be in the midst of something so well adapted to modern culture, and yet maintains the beauty of its roots. I never expected such a pleasant blend of ...
... with him yesterday, had some traditional Lithuanian food which was like a sticky suet pudding/dumpling/sausage roll and wasn't at all to my tastes! So, more often than not I've been having fast food. Anyway, we dashed to the KGB museum an hour before it closed. At 6pm we were noting the courtyard surrounded by barbed wire which the prisoners were allowed to use once a day for 5 minutes in Stalinist times. Suddenly, we heard a door ...