Karolina Hotel Vilnius
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This morning my friend had arrived and we were taking a day trip to the former capital Kaunas. Before that I wanted to visit the Synagogue which was close to my hotel. There is a rich religious diversity, not only in the number of Churches, but also other ...
... we actually left Vilnius and visited the Republic of Užupis. This literally translates as the Republic on the other side of the river. This area was abandoned after the Second World War and were later occupied by the homeless and prostitutes leading it to become a rather dangerous area with one street being nicknamed 'Death Street'. The district eventually attracted Artists and bohemians and in 1997 the residents declared it a republic along with its own flag, ...
Labas vakaras (LAH-bahs- VAH-kah-rahs) Good evening from Vilnius!
In Tallinn, the front desk was nice enough to ask me my flight's departure time and insisted that I need not be at the airport 2 hours in advance since it's a small airport. She suggested that the taxi pick me up at 1pm and offered me my room until 12:30pm. That worked well for me, just lay down and relaxed.
On my ...
... loud noise*
4:35 Nona takes a shower and gets dressed
4:45 N: "So.. I'm gonna go... See you in about two years in China!"
J: "Cool! See ya! I'm going back to bed..."
Which left me all by my lonesome in a big big hostel room in Vilnius. So after continuing my cat nap for a couple of hours, I breakfasted on some left-over Soviet muesli, left my backpack at ...
... They live in wooden houses, typically with gable ends and three windows facing the street, and there is a Karaim museum, a Karaim synagogue known as a Kenesa, and a Karaim cemetary.
Dinner was in Tauck talk, 'on our own'. We splurged on the tasting meal at Stickliai (glassblower), a Relais and Chateaux property, where, according to the guidebook 'royalty and stars come to stay'. The food was superb: lightly fried shrimp served ...