Holiday Inn Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... victory--assisted by Poland--over the Teutonic Knights at the Battle of Grunwald in 1410. The second floor dealt with life at Trakai Castle after Vytautus the Great through the 19th c via various displays. It was informative but you had a sense the ultimate grandeur of the place was gone.
The third floor was a short display on the archaeological reconstruction of the castle. Down a spiral staircase completed the core tour.
It was 1330 and we ...
... connection between major capitals) and the border control - again - minimal.
In Vilnius, we checked into a room (or rather: an apartment) close to the train station, because Nona had of course booked herself onto the earliest morning flight possible. Goodbyes were therefore rather strange:
4:20 *Nona's alarm makes annoyingly loud noise, as it always does*
4:30 *Nona's alarm again ...
... with a bunch of leftover change. We had 4 Litas($1.57) leftover after paying the hostel. To get rid of it, we bought dinner at a nearby supermarket. 4 Litas will get you one bag of frozen vegetables and a can of beans. We can eat! While we were cooking, we noticed a jar on the dining table that was labeled "useless change" and filled with coins from people who cleaned out their pockets. Useless change, you say? We'll let Johnny and Amber be the judge of that. We dumped it out ...
... you were not dizzying and hectic like the cha cha, you were more like the big wheel, a gentle enjoyable journey that did not scare the s**t out of you but still gave good views and interesting perspectives.
... when they could not find the bodies of perished rebels. During the years of the Soviet occupation 1944 - 1990, Lithuanians continued to leave their tributes and the hill became a venue of peaceful resistance. The Soviets bulldozed the site at least three times. Now people leave crosses in remembrance or to give thanks. It has been estimated that there are at least 200,000 crosses here now. Pope John Paul II visited in 1993.
Again the sun was ...