Stikliai Hotel and Restaurant
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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 …
... 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 ...
... hanging around just down the hill. Nobody that bothered me, mind.
Once settled in, two things were clear: a) I was going to like the hostel and b) I would be fine in Lithuania.
There were a few other bags already in the room, but I only counted three beds occupied besides my own. Three other people in an eight-bed dorm is a rare luxury.
As this trip starts to wind down, there are things that I've never elaborated on anywhere near as much as I ...
... 1085;ы 81; чан и жертв 86;прино& #1096;ение на ивана купал 91; +++ закат 99; с платф 86;рмы ...
... After hours in the -18 degree weather, we started suffering from the first stages of hypothermia. It was ridiculous! Most extremities went numb after excruciating pain, and it was all we could do to try and keep moving, and couldn't help laughing hysterically at our circumstances. Once we finally made it back to the warm bus, and our beds, it became an experience I'll never forget. Nor can I take anyone seriously when they say they're cold :) ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center