Stikliai Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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The Tauck Tour began at 8:45 with a Walking Tour of Old Town. Since we are so many, we split into two groups, pink and orange for the color of the stickies with our names that are attached to our headsets. Olga, our guide is excellent. Still, after three days of walking both on our own and with Daniel, we have seen almost everything that she shows …
... and just wanted to say hello. He smiled and said "sure" and off we went into this decrepit building, up to another room. We entered a surprisingly modern office and we all introduced ourselves. We chatted with his broken English about his policing issues and shared common ground with his main priorities being domestic violence and volume crime. He was a true gentleman and was very welcoming. He was somewhat embarrassed at the state of ...
... 13 courtyards and went up the old Bell Tower. From the top we had a fantastic panoramic view over Vilnius and due to the time, were treated to an aerial view of the lowering of the flag outside the Presidential Palace. In fact the flags were lowered and then raised again twice before being left up- so bazaar! Perhaps it was just an exercise with lots of drumming. After coming down we passed the presidential palace, stopping for photos, and then headed for tea. We ate at ...
... although it was impossible to ignore the stall selling underwear that came in more colors than Joseph's coat. Perhaps a holdover from the days of Soviet occupation, no one was willing to have his or her picture taken and some refused to let us take pictures of their wares.
The Museum of Tolerance, is one of the three museums that is part of the Jewish Museum complex of Vilnius; it is housed in a modern building in a leafy neighborhood ...
... that she had to do it, this was not her job. On this type of tour the tour facilitator’s job was to get us from one city to another, to our accommodation, and maybe basic instructions to get around the town, it is not a guided tour as such.
As with the other two Baltic States Capitals, Vilnius had an Old Town. Once again our hotel was within easy walking distance to it. Another obvious feature of the Eastern ...