Hotel Vilnius Europolis
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... the city in an effort to improve it. It's a lovely, inspiring mix of genuine desire to encourage tolerance and artistic flowering together with a large helping of tongue-in-cheek. It has real ambassadors to many countries, including China and the USA, but also Ambassadors of Orange Bicycles; Wind; Poetry; Emptiness and Whistling on the Streets... to name but a few. April 1st is their Independence Day and you actually have to take your passport with you if you want to get in ...
... filled with 5 women pulled up as we got in line. We had no idea what was inside. We paid our $6 US cover and checked coats and went upstairs to what could be described as a speakeasy. Swing Jazz was playing (one of the few jazz genres I really like) and when we opened the door, we were met with about 30 couples in American period dress from the 30's Lindy Hopping to a live jazz band. Mesmerizing. We were stunned. It was if ...
... wooden house of worship but the current Gothic structure dates back to 1495. It is constructed of 33 different types of brick.
You'll have to take my word for it, the pictures don't do it justice.
Day trip tomorrow!
... dead on time, these European public transport systems are very efficient! PM - We had one stop on the journey at a service station, just over the border in Lithuania, for 15 minutes, but we had loaded up with fruit, water, lollies & muesli bars the day before. Almost immediately upon entering Lithuania we noticed a big improvement in the road conditions & road signage, the large number of new service stations and the ...
... were of a quite modern city that was fairly easy to navigate around (as long as you have a navigator…). We found the City Camp grounds without too much hassle, set up camp, and then headed into town to explore the old town area.
Once again, we followed the walking guide in our book of the area to make sure we saw most of the sights, and enjoyed our few hours of ...