Hotel Vilnius Europolis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... of bullet points about stuff that has happened, in no particular order and with no real attempt at exposition.
- Buses with free on-board wifi are great.
- This is totally undermined by lack of air conditioning, turning the place into a sweat box.
- Why was I assigned a seat next to someone when there were other free seats available?
- To be honest, overnight buses are just horrific in general.
- McDonalds is a totally legit place ...
... wall sections and towers.
Enjoying the sunshine, I walked back to the lakeshore near the island castle and treated myself to an ice cream before wandering back through the town to the bus station and catching the next bus back to Vilnius.
After a quick phone call to my dad for his birthday and a coffee, I went out into old town for a spot of book shopping. I wasn't able to find what I was after but I did find a book on Lithuanian history in English. ...
... was told to found a city on that hill and it would be great in size and famous as far as the sound of the thousand wolves could ber heard. Vilnius was founded, became a great city and was well known. Today its population is a half million.
We crossed the Nemunas River [of Kaunas fame] and we soon at the Europa City Vilnius Hotel by 1530. A KFC is a landmark. We are about 25M from the old town. Nobody wanted Simona to organize any dinner venue ...
... rain from yesterday continued, but my clothes were already wet so it didn't matter - in fact I hardly noticed it. I wasn't sure what the petrol situation would be in Lithuania - particularly being a Sunday - so I filled up at two towns before the border just in case, only 60km apart. It turned out to be entirely unnecessary, once I crossed the border there were open petrol stations everywhere. I made my way into Kaunas, where I wanted to visit ...
... We got off at the terminus which was the train station. After our embarrassment on Tallinn, we checked where the return bus left from before setting off for the old town. We must have taken a wrong turning because we couldn't find it anywhere. Eventually we turned a corner and there was a square full of cafes. Time for a beer! We had Amstel because we were told that there are no Lithuanian beers. This I find very hard to believe. We mugged a hole in the wall ...