Stikliai Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... that we were not in central Vilnius at the bus station. Far off in the distance, we could see what looked like an old town. So we walked up and down a very busy road trying to get our bearings (we had no map for this area, nor any Lithuanian currency) and after some consideration we tried to get a bus. They were packed (commuter traffic by now) and there didn't appear to be any way to buy a ticket. So ...
... travel tomorrow. Mike came in about an hour later. He had no immediate success about his ancestry search.
Readied for dinner. Simona returned the trip manifold and tip got sorted. Most lazily opted to take a streetcar to near the old town so off we went. We walked into the old town through a residential area.
It was a nice restaurant befitting a final dinner. Had the boar and a beer. Cybil's drawing book made the rounds. No further mead ...
... side of the hill passing a natural amphitheatre which brought us out at the Neris river. We walked along the riverside before turning down to Cathedral square. Just off this we stopped at a Cafe Vero (Starbucks equivalent) for a well earned iced mango juice. Through the old streets we ventured once more to the restaurant of our first evening, "Cozy". We opted to sit inside for some much needed shade! Lunch was tasty and set us up for our walk to the far side of town. We first walked ...
... t heading for me, but I'd seen enough. I made like I'd taken a wrong turn, spun around and headed back south to the river without looking like I was rushing.
Having been where I've been, sometimes I almost think I can go anywhere and do anything, then I remember that I probably shouldn't. It's an empowering feeling to be able to walk around foreign cities and not be intimidated by any of it, but there are always limits. In reality I probably would have been fine ...
... They are willing to help you, they are willing to laugh with you, cry with you, drink with you, serve you a good meal or some hot tea, or invite you into their home. They are friends and family, and they are real. Their smiles are real and their tears are real, and just because they are not raised as American children are, on over the top emotional expression, does not make them void of emotion. On the contrary, it makes them understand emotion more deeply than ...