Holiday Inn Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... of and meant that they remained firm fans of George Bush and weren't too happy when Obama was elected as he didn't show much interest in the smaller Eastern European countries. The tour then moved onto one of 41 churches in Vilnius as our guide explained the different religions and the changes over time. Before the Second World War there were a great number of Jews but now there are just a 1,000 and because of this not many Synagogues have been rebuilt. The majority ...
... the white cars), wrote me a receipt with the price and the destination and in 15 minutes my ride arrived. Unfortunately, the driver didn't even know he was the designated taxi but once he saw his plate number on the receipt, it wasn't a problem. When I asked a 2nd time about the fee, he agreed and set his meter to that fixed price and all went well.
It didn't take long for concern to set ...
... 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 ...
... guy who looked just like Paul Giamatti and a young Josh Brolin. It was weird. We also went back to Dione for ice cream after lunch, which was excellent.
I came back to the hostel after ice cream with the intention of doing laundry, but someone else was already using the machine. I took this opportunity to start figuring out when and where ...
... here are into Segways and even the local police are seen scooting around on them. Have really enjoyed our trip through the Baltic countries, have learnt heaps and found the people generally friendly and welcoming. The countryside has changed from many trees in Estonia to more open farmland in Lithuania, but mostly crops and not much livestock. Now we are without a car, it is back to either a train or bus for the next leg of our ...