Martialis Hotel

Address: Bistrycios str.13, Vilnius, 10321, Lithuania | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Don't Make Me Get The Tank!

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Oct 07, 2014

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... a quick return to the hostel for dinner we met back up in the centre for our own pub crawl! We visited three different pubs, enjoyed sharing travel stories and perhaps one too many beers!

The next day we arranged to meet Nicolette, Pip, Irrii and Martin again and catch the local bus to Trakai. Trakai is a local town mostly surrounded by lakes and is very popular in the summer. After an hours journey we had arrived. We walked through the old town until we reached ...

Vilnius!!

A travel blog entry by taffjones on Jul 27, 2014

4 photos

... Hong Kong, Tokyo, Slough, had a fair number of people who spoke good English. My German is improving and I could get by in Berlin even without using any English, but Lithuania is pretty tough! However, it is my favourite place so far. I'd recommend everyone to come here, even if you don't make the strip club. Btw - I forgot to mention that one of their national dishes is fried bread. OMFG. Fried bread with a melted cheese dip is amazing!!!! Best ex-Russian country ...

Vilnius to Klaipeda

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 14, 2014

... a highway through flat but fertile farm lands. Some farm houses looked poor while others looked modern. There were logistics firms along the road and many billboards. John Deere tractor displays dotted the landscape. One comfort stop was made before we reached the attractive coastal port of Klaipeda on the Baltic Coast. The Hotel National had good facilities. We opted to get dinner in the form of yoghurt and bread from a local supermarket stead of eating ...

I converted and all I got was this T-shirt

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 12, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... to avoid issues with crusades, and he did all of this in a year. Of course, people were reticent to convert to this whole Christianity fad, so the government had to entice them somehow. They did this by offering everybody a free wool shirt. And so all the peasants came in droves. Since they were baptized en masse, the priests basically divided them up into groups of 30 and gave everybody the same name. You thirty are all Peter, you thirty are all Maria, and ...

Mean Streets

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 02, 2013

... annexed part of Russia. Both countries require visas and I had neither, which wasn't originally the plan. Back when I first devised the approximate route through Europe I had included a trip through Minsk and a few days in St. Petersburg a little later on. But the Belarusian consulate rules state that a person applying for a visa must use the consulate in their home country (I was still in Australia at the time) which would mean I'd have to fly back to the UK just to procure ...