Europa Royale Vilnius
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEuropa Royale Vilnius
Fantastic service, beautiful and we decorated room, breakfast is amazing.
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... were just about ready to leave to go to the final club. A few people went to cocaine where as myself, Mark, Johannas and Katrina went to opium where we had to pay €5. The club was pretty decent. I thought the decor was going to be better especially the way everyone went on about it. The music on the other hand was awesome. I called it a night around 3am because I was just way too tired to carry on dancing. The following day we really didn't do much at all. I just walked ...
... inhabited by pagan tribes until Mindaugas (the 1st and only king) made a deal with the Livonian order (Catholics) to be crowned king in exchange for his country's conversion to Catholicism. Fast forward a 100 years and the Grand Duke of Lithuania, Jogaila, also became King of Poland through his marriage to Jadwiga of Poland and ...
... where we planned to meet everyone. On the way we heard military music near the President's Palace and stopped to watch a ceremony of the changing of the flags. The three flags at the front of the Palace represent Lithuania, European Union and NATO. A troop from each of the three armed forces came and ceremoniously changed the flags. When we told everyone at lunch what we had seen, no-one else had ever managed to see it! After lunch we went to the ...
... well, you've read all my blogs, haven't you..?
And then there is the chorus of happy-go-lucky international volunteers and students in Vilnius, whose names I don't remember. There was a nice Georgian room-mate, and a nice Spanish girl, and some nice boys from France, Poland.. (Why is it always easier to remember somebody's nationality than it is to remember their name?)
Another Baltic stop-over
Since Nona was stressed out enough over her big ...
... although it was impossible to ignore the stall selling underwear that came in more colors than Joseph's coat. Perhaps a holdover from the days of Soviet occupation, no one was willing to have his or her picture taken and some refused to let us take pictures of their wares.
The Museum of Tolerance, is one of the three museums that is part of the Jewish Museum complex of Vilnius; it is housed in a modern building in a leafy neighborhood ...