Mabre Residence Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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There was another interesting Catholic Church with more Polish influences.
... We each tired this, and of course accompanied with a beer. We then took a walk alongside the lake back to the bus station, capturing a few photos along the way, Autumn had definitely arrived!
Once back in Vilnius, we spent some time in the hostel before all meeting up again to watch the football. Lithuania were playing a Euro qualifier against Estonia. We watched the match from the pub. Not much to report except a Lithuania goal 15 minutes from the ...
... where we planned to meet everyone. On the way we heard military music near the President's Palace and stopped to watch a ceremony of the changing of the flags. The three flags at the front of the Palace represent Lithuania, European Union and NATO. A troop from each of the three armed forces came and ceremoniously changed the flags. When we told everyone at lunch what we had seen, no-one else had ever managed to see it! After lunch we went to the ...
... Kevin within earshot]. This is so notwitstanding some American fast food chains like McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Went in the Vilnius Cathedral, particularly to the royal chapel. It was built before the cathedral. It was very ornate, expenses not spared bearing in mind who used it.
Saw the Upper Castle from the cathedral square along with a statue of Vytautus, a local meeting point. With so much to try to see today, there should be ...
... playing under the Soviet Union since they were always thought of as Russians. But for the '92 Olympics, they didn't have the money to field a team. So the team wrote a letter asking for help and, of all people, Jerry Garcia found out about it and loved the story and sponsored the team in exchange for them wearing tie-died Grateful Dead shirts in Barcelona. There's apparently a movie made about this called the Other Dream Team, which I definitely want to see ...