Mabre Residence Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Heated pool
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... Vilnius you hear Russian and Polish and there's also a Georgian element in restaurant dishes and some souvenirs. It is compulsory for students in Lithuania to choose 2 foreign languages from English, French, Russian and German which explains how the guide's vocabulary was broad and her speech without hesitation.
... Don't ask me how that works! We also sent our excess luggage back to Perth, so hopefully that gets back about the same time we do. But our bags are significantly lighter - until Sarina gets to WEG! In the afternoon, Vytaute came and took us out to Trakai Castle. It was very overcast, but Trakai is just such a magical place. Apparently, it was used in the film "Elizabeth". We managed to walk around the castle, get some food from one of the Tartar restaurants, and were on ...
Yesterday we continued our tour of Vilnius Old Town. Vytaute took us to see St Anne's Church in Vilnius, which was in total contrast to the church of the same name in Warsaw! This church is from the 15th century and the brickwork and the vaulting of the ceilings were beautiful! But you can still see where decorations have been stripped from the church during the communist era. We also had to ...
... good. Once again, we split up into two groups. We walked past the Presidential Palace to go look at their University before walking to the Square again.
What we hadn't noticed, or knew about, yesterday was that out in front of the square is a special tile that is supposed to grant wishes. All you have to do is make your wish and spin around three times on top of it with your eyes closed. Almost everyone tried it. We went inside the church again ...
... you were not dizzying and hectic like the cha cha, you were more like the big wheel, a gentle enjoyable journey that did not scare the s**t out of you but still gave good views and interesting perspectives.