Holiday Inn Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... The food was delicious, but I probably ate too much!
The drizzle didn't let up until after we'd wandered through the Town Hall Square (very impressive by night) and almost arrived back at our hotel.
I hand-washed a few clothes (including some of Michael's socks and undies - he hasn't bothered washing anything up until now, and so I insisted they should be freshened up!), and then it was off to bed.
... there and join him. Whilst we were all on the stage Johannas was busy chatting up this girl. Mark and I on the other hand were talking to these three Belarusian girls. I got talking to one of them. Her name was Yana, she was really nice and sweet. They were all really nice really but I suppose I was talking to Yana the most. Mark and I danced with them for an hour or so before we decided to head back towards our hostel but pop into Sorrento so see what was happening in there. ...
... strongly suggested that one considers his/her health status before going up the tower. The view got better the higher I reached within the tower and the closer I got to the bells. The city seemed much closer at that height. Just as I was about to take my first careful step down, the bell rang and startled me!
I made my way towards the now familiar ...
Vilnius was founded in 1323. We strolled through the old city (in the rain). The Jewish area was particularly interesting. Something like 200,000 Jews were in Lithuania before the Nazis came in and sent them off to be exterminated. Then we went to the KGB museum. Formerly a KGB prison, it was horrific! Thousands of Lithuanians were tortured, imprisoned and killed in ...
Even President Dalia Grybauskaitė of Lithuania showed up for the festivities.