Europa Royale Vilnius
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Fantastic service, beautiful and we decorated room, breakfast is amazing.
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... how about a visit to the break away state of Uzupis. Housing a collective of artists, freeloaders, squatters and the likes. They claimed their independence in 1998 and have their own president,constitution, anthem and flag.
If you really want that old world European charm without the hassle of the touristy cities this is the place to come. With welcoming people, relatively cheap prices and easy transportation this gem won't remain unscathed for long so get here ...
... still real and people do not like at all the Russians. Down into the cells of the KGB and then John and Roger visited the execution chamber which was pretty gruesome. Prue and I had had enough. Out to the sunshine and coffee. Prue wanted to catch up with what we had seen yesterday so we parted ways for the rest of the day. Roger and Prue caught the funicular up t the castle, wandered around and then did the on-off City Bus Tour further ...
... was quite surprising for only 2 Euros!. I bought a Tsar Nicholas II coin from 1913 which was in poor shape for 2 Euros.
It was strange how people had worked so hard to earn these medals during Soviet times to earn them with pride, only then having to sell them to foreign tourists during the pension years.
... on the foozball table! Finally we went to Berlin pub, which was a cross between a pub and a club. We had a beer and shouted over the music, before heading back to our hostels.
We had again arranged to meet them in the morning. The 5 of us and Lurri, a Ukrainian lad who had also been with us the night before, met at 10 and headed to the bus station. We were going to a town 30k East of Vilnius, called Trakai. As the bus pulled up I got a flashback ...
... all day, and I was exhausted and drained and feeling numb. I had to eat, though, so I forced myself to go out. I went to a vegetarian restaurant that Lina had recommended, and ordered comfort food: tea, and potato blintzes with mushrooms and cheese. Okay, they call them blynai, but same difference. All the food in Lithuania feels so familiar to those of us who grew up eating Ashkenazi Jewish cooking. Not exactly a surprise; it all comes from this part of the world.