Grybas House Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... Theres tables and forms and umbrellas and music and wine and beer and sangria and sandpits and swings and painting for kids and lots of families hanging out and enjoying the food and the fun. groups of friends sat up the hillside listening and eating and people danced. It was a fantastic atmosphere and fun. An excellent way to finish out time in Vilnius. We loved this town. Small compact and very attractive its a perfect two day slow stop. ...
... etc.), and he told me again that it didn't matter. Huh. I was a little worried, but what else was I supposed to do?
I walked back to my hotel and googled things to do. There happened to be a free money museum, so I used the wifi at the hotel to get directions on my phone that I took screenshots of before I left. I somehow managed to make it there and back without getting *too* lost.
The museum was great. It was tiny, but it started with ...
I don't want to like Vilnius. I'd decided to pass through rather than stay in favour of a few extra nights in southern Poland. As it is I have just an hour here for breakfast, halfway through a 20-hour bus journey from Kraków to Riga. There are no trains through the Baltic states yet unfortunately. An hour gives me enough time to reach the Old Town and from what I can see there is something to explore here... ...so I order it: coffee and a substantial bowlful of ...
... in Albania. A bus that has probably been on its last legs for many years, yet somehow still finds a way up those hills and round the bends. The only 2 differences from Albania? Firstly, I wasn't so warm. And secondly, I would have been pleased for a bus this good in Albania, but having been spoiled by the more northern countries, this was quite a step backwards.
We arrived safely in Trakai and began walking towards the centre, passing many nice log ...
... some food in me, I felt a little bit better, so I went walking around the town one last time. I'd managed to book a flight home from Riga leaving early Sunday morning, which meant that I was going to get my bus tomorrow morning as originally planned. So I wanted to see what I could before leaving Lithuania. I exited the Old Town walls and made my way across a little footbridge full of locks: This is a tradition in this part of the world for couples who place a lock on a bridge ...