Europa Royale Vilnius
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Fantastic service, beautiful and we decorated room, breakfast is amazing.
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Breakfast at 7 was the same as yesterday, except the barman was even more obnoxious. He was very loud talking to his colleagues, and when other guests arrived he didn't greet them, just said 'tickets'. Anyway, on with the day, we had 9am train to catch. We walked down at 8.15am and sat in the station watching the people. Train was exactly on time …
... Cornish pasty in my opinion!
Once back at the hostel we made use of the large movie library and watched Shutter Island. Later on we met the others in the square again and headed out to find a bar in which to watch the big game - Estonia vs Lithuania. Having drunk so much beer recently I decided that tonight would be the night that I treated myself to a glass of wine. Now I don’t know if its because I haven’t had wine in ages but this was one of the ...
... style outside and quite plain inside. St Casimir, patron saint of Lithuania, is buried here. Then it was off to the 48 metre high Gedimas hill on which sits Gediminas tower, there is a great view over Vilnius from here because at 48 metres this is the highest hill in the city! Gediminas was a very well liked Grand Duke of Lithuania in the 14th century, Laimonas told us that Lithuania only ever had one king, King Mindaugas in the 13th ...
... this means I will have to detour back home to Montreal for the funeral and to be there with my family. It's a long journey, and one I make with a heavy heart.
I'd intended to spend the day exploring Vilnius's Old Town, going on a free walking tour with my dormmates, and seeing some of the few remaining sites of Jewish history in what was once, prior to World War II, one of the world's great Jewish cities.
Of course, that was not to be: Instead, I spent ...
... years and come back since nobody's allowed to change it. We then wandered into the site of the Vilnius ghetto, which had a statue of a Lietvak (LIthuanian Jewish) doctor that was apparently very generous and beloved in his time, particularly among children. Turns out, he was the one who inspired Korney Chukovsky to create Dr. Aybolit! We also learned that there used to be a problem in the city with people parking their cars in bike lanes, preventing cyclists ...