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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... We each tired this, and of course accompanied with a beer. We then took a walk alongside the lake back to the bus station, capturing a few photos along the way, Autumn had definitely arrived!
Once back in Vilnius, we spent some time in the hostel before all meeting up again to watch the football. Lithuania were playing a Euro qualifier against Estonia. We watched the match from the pub. Not much to report except a Lithuania goal 15 minutes from the ...
... walked past the Church of St Theresa, a wedding party was coming out. The bride and groom both were given doves, setting them free in the air. Champagne corks soon thereafter flew into the air. I did not catch this one, Peta.
We entered the Church of the Holy Trinity. Simona said to be quiet inside but many apparently did not get the message. It is dedicated to three Christians hanged in the days when pagans fought the introduction of Christianity into ...
Another milestone say with so many highlights and memories. The main highlight being that the boys got to meet their final sister. The photo attached of the six of them is the first time all the brothers and sisters have been together. Who knows when this will happen again. Ethan 12, Raymond 11, Reuben 10, Rasita 9, Gerda 7 and Dovydas 5. The day started after our best sleep yet. Beautiful Lithuanian breakfast to ...
... crossed the Neris River instead, and we walked off the map by a long shot before happening to come back on. Luckily we came back.
While we were wandering home, an obviously orthodox Jewish guy pulls up to us in a car and asks if we speak English. We say yes, he asks where we're from and we say the States... Boston. He says he recognized the Red Sox hat I was wearing and that he's from Boston too. Then he asks if any of us were Jewish since ...
... you go, though. The entrance cost was 6 Lithuanian Litas, which equates to barely over £1 in English money.
I spent the afternoon strolling around the city. First I went past a prison that looks a lot like a cathedral. It was marked on the map as something to check out, but while there was no obvious threat, I didn't feel good on that street. I can't identify what it was specifically, but something on didn't feel right, so I made hasty progress along to the houses ...