Holiday Inn Vilnius
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... by restaurants and tour guides trying to interest you in seeing the city with them. Next was Old town (Senamiestis) such a difference in buildings, each one being slightly different with character and age. We could still see evidence that there had been a war here not that long ago, with crumbling buildings and bullet holes in the walls. Restaurants lined the cobbled streets, with no shortage of people filling into them. After looking at a few places of interest ...
... because it is such a mainstay of the diet in these northern regions.
All in all, a very nice city that will be much nicer once they complete the renovations and learn how to improve their customer service. The weather could be a bit better but it's been wretched all around the world on account of global warming so please, everyone out there, reuse, reduce, recycle and compost your organic waste. Achoo for reading (it actually means thank you in ...
... by a firm smack. This was of course directed at our food choice, not the chef. They had a great sense of humour and we shared a few laughs over food and drinks until Dimo insisted on getting stuck into a game of Midnight Club 2 of the Playstation before hitting the sack. We closed the night out with a few games of cards and the remaining bottles of Kalnapilis beers. A great end to our time in Lithuania. Tomorrow we hit the road again for Latvia. Phrase of the day: Shkool. Pen. ...
... glazing in the rooms.
Day two is also another warm day - and we have our organised city tour and walk. Vilnius is known as the City of Churches, and we get to see our fair share of them. However, the old city here is a bit more integrated into the daily life and a little less touristy. Consequently, not only do you have to keep your eyes open for the nutter cyclists, but also delivery vehicles roaring around at top speed.
... now Polish Zagan) the camp was designed to hold thousands of captured allied airmen, including the most persistent escapees inside the Reich's network of prisons. Undeterred by tight security a hardcore band of 250 POWs, led by Squadron Leader Roger Bushell, planned to tunnel out of the complex, before setting off independently for neutral territory. Even though the chances of success were slim, Bushell hoped that the very notion of 250 allied airman loose inside ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center