Holiday Inn Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... did have a picture, AND I had to give him two passport photos. When I asked him about it, again, he said it didn't matter. There was something written in Russian where my face should have been, so I was nervous. I couldn't read it, so I had to wait until I got back to the hotel to use a translator. It basically said I didn't need a photo there. I told the front desk to order me a taxi, and I would bring my bags down. It was that fast that I was already back to ...
... We visited the harrowing Museum of the Genocide Victims and been very happy to be back outside in the sun. And today we drove to the outskirts of town and had a very good lunch. And we have seen ...
... find some corncakes, which proved harder than expected, but then got some down the road from our hostel, we climbed up a small but steep hill to a tower that's part of the original fortifications for a good all round view of Vilnius. Across the river, where we haven't ventured, are lots of tower blocks, very contrasting with the red rooves and narrow cobbled streets on this side. ...
... We each tired this, and of course accompanied with a beer. We then took a walk alongside the lake back to the bus station, capturing a few photos along the way, Autumn had definitely arrived!
Once back in Vilnius, we spent some time in the hostel before all meeting up again to watch the football. Lithuania were playing a Euro qualifier against Estonia. We watched the match from the pub. Not much to report except a Lithuania goal 15 minutes from the ...
... old artillery section of Vilnius's city wall that's set high up on a hill. From the top, there's a great view overlooking the entire new city. It was sunset, and there were a number of groups of kids and tourists around. There was also a cafe where a three piece band performed old standards ("Moon River" etc.) but there was a video screen behind them showing scantily-clad female backup dancers at what looked like a Shakira concert. Very, very weird.
I got back to the ...