Mabre Residence Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
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The flight back to Warsaw was over in about 30 minutes. We had just enough time to transfer to the next plane - an hour's flight to Vilnius, Lithuania. The first thing that struck us as we left the plane and boarded the bus on the tarmac was how much cooler it was here! The humidity was still high, and so it was quite pleasant.
The half-hour wait for the bus to the city went very quickly. The bus itself ...
... on my **** and elbows. The snow ball however only went about two metre's away from me. I was in agony for hours. I tried to laugh it off, but I was in a lot of pain. As we got to the other side we paid our ticket fair to enter the castle. I was very impressed with the first impression. It kind of looked better than the pictures I saw on the internet. We entered the main castle where we saw a nice presented church as well as a museum on the floor above. The museum was pretty ...
... blocking one from entering any further than 8 feet from the door,
I had by now reached Town Hall with the terraces, fountain and fancy boutiques. Out of curiosity, I entered Burberry and the price on a scarf was almost 500 euros! The next church was a cheaper bet at St-Casimir (Jesuit church). I felt a coffee was in order so I finally tried ...
... four flags were designed [one for each season], and a suitable constitution was duly drawn up. The 41 rights which form the constitution are attached to a wall on Paupio Street. In addition, it has a palace, an army [of 12] to defend it and a National Day [1st April] Here is a translation of the terms of the constitution - Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow ...
... Approximately two million people joined their hands to form a human chain spanning over 400 miles across the three Baltic States – Estonian, Latvia, and Lithuania. All were republics of the Soviet Union.
The demonstration originated in "Black Ribbon Day" protests held in the western cities in the 1980s. It marked the 50th anniversary of the ...