Hotel Vilnius Europolis
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... travel tales. There were two Australians staying in the hostel; one from Newcastle and one from Geelong. I think that was the most Aussies I had encountered in one place at the one time this whole trip. I headed out for a quick bite at a Lithuanian restaurant nearby that Renata recommended. The food was very filling and quite cheap, but I had had better Lithuanian cuisine elsewhere.
After eating, I decided to take in Vilnius old town in the evening for one ...
... on the way back were at coffee shops. I find it disappointing older locals avoid eye contact. A bit of email and blog and packed for 0930 departure.
Off in a timely fashion after Lardass Rachel and Old Baggier hemmed and hawed where they were sitting, claiming delicate constitutions if sitting too far back in a bus.
Approaching Pazaislis Monastery, we passed an artificial lake for a hydro project. It was the usual story--be it Aswan ...
... br> Nobody was really interested the match that followed (#BRACOL), so we bought some booze in Rimi and headed for the local hangout: a hill with a really nice view over Uzupis. When people started getting cold and needed to pee, we headed for 'our karaoke place', where on the weekends you can pogo in the basement. Our spanish-speaking friends were not very happy with the developments in the #BRACOL match on the big screen, so we had ...
... afternoon wandering through the town window shopping and people watching. On our way back to the hotel we stopped for an ice-cream and tried one with cheese in it I think it was raspberry and cheese. Very nice. This evening we went back into the old town for dinner. We went with our group to a basement restaurant for a folk evening. We were served with a 5 course traditional Lithuanian dinner - ...
UAs a Lithuanian American, I've always wanted to come to Lithuania, we often talk about it amongst friends and family as "The Homeland," although few if any of us have ever visited. It's been exactly one week since my arrival, and I have seen many things in Vilnius. Although I will live here for the next 6 months, this capital city has made quite an impression on me. I'd like to share with you some of the things that really stand out. At first glance onto the ...