Stikliai Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... basketball fan, but I always enjoy watching live sports. That evening we went with his local friend to watch what turned out to be a quarter final game in the Lithuanian national competition. Basketball is this country's national sport, so it was kind of a big deal. I adopted the home team (wise, given the crowd), and since they won we had a few celebratory beers afterwards.
This of course led to us missing the window for ...
... in Trakai: Tatars and Karaims. Both groups were invited by Grand Duke Vytautas to Trakai when he encountered them while fighting in the Crimea. The Karaims are an ancient Jewish people, descendents of the steppe Kipchak people who adopted Judaism. Vytautas invited them to live in Trakai and served both military and civilian roles in the town. Today there are a couple of hundred Karaims still living in Trakai and their culture is very important to them.
I got off the ...
... I had my guidebook out but we only got 13 right. Rachel's team claimed perfection. I could believe that if the competition was about food. A bag of cappuccino candies was the prize. Guess I was taking too many pix and/or tuning out during much of Simona's talks as David carried the day for the good guys. I later found out we were not the only team cheating!
37k from Vilnius we turned off toward Trakai, on road 107 for 17k. Seeing the castle ...
... while his colleague took the English language group. Her English language skills were not quite up to scratch but her local knowledge was authentic. We had to wait for an Irishman who had imbibed too much on the previous night. As the morning progressed it became obvious that he had a nervous twitch like St Vitus's Dance. We looked at the Peter and Paul church with other tour groups.We rarely go on these group tours and we turned off a little trying not ...
... In desperation she came back outside. At this point the pump burst into life and I filled up. Alison went back in to pay, noticing that the shop sold vodka and condoms, but little else. Such are the needs of the Russian and Belarusian traveller, it appears. She left best of friends with the attendant, but apart from 'goodbye' no mutually comprehensible words had passed between them. We bumped and rumbled our way south. In truth mostly it wasn't a bad road, ...