Grybas House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Labas vakaras (LAH-bahs- VAH-kah-rahs) Good evening from Vilnius!
In Tallinn, the front desk was nice enough to ask me my flight's departure time and insisted that I need not be at the airport 2 hours in advance since it's a small airport. She suggested that the taxi pick me up at 1pm and offered me my room until 12:30pm. That worked well for me, just lay down and relaxed.
On my ...
... headed down to the beach area of the large lake adjacent the historic village to have a swim, but no, the water was full of blue green algae, no swimming here! But Lana and I were grateful for Giedre's botanical lessons throughout the day, I saw Horsetail for the first time, an oak tree with acorns and a wild strawberry! Also saw a hazelnut tree with nuts and so many others I have now forgotten, an amazing ...
... It also had a large Jewish population so that before WW2 1/3 of the people were Jewish.
After inspecting several places of interest we ended in front of the Town Hall where we farewelled our guide & had lunch. This was quite an exercise since it was on a strange self-service basis where a lady took about 20 minutes to serve the 4 customers in front of us. We made our way to the only surviving city gate in the wall& several churches before returning to ...
... his Game of Thrones fantasies by sneaking in a cheeky 6 shots on a crossbow in one of the deserted courtyards, taking out a duck, a meerkat and the red bit on the bullseye. In your face, King Joffrey!
We cycled back up the pretty main street of Trakai to get back to the hotel, checked out and caught the local train to our new hotel in Vilnius, the Raddison Blu hotel. Luxury. A far cry from the "Best Hostel" in Riga.
... solstice. Among the pines we found an area of old forest that has a huge cormorant and grey heron colony. There are almost 4000 cormorants and about 400 herons in the area and they were interesting to watch from the lookout tower. They nest high up in the old dead trees, and the noise and smell reminded us of the gannet colony at Muriwai.
Our next port of call was the legendary Hill of Crosses near ...