BEST WESTERN Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of and meant that they remained firm fans of George Bush and weren't too happy when Obama was elected as he didn't show much interest in the smaller Eastern European countries. The tour then moved onto one of 41 churches in Vilnius as our guide explained the different religions and the changes over time. Before the Second World War there were a great number of Jews but now there are just a 1,000 and because of this not many Synagogues have been rebuilt. The majority ...
... city was run down, poor with dilapidated, ugly apartment buildings, no maintenance, no upkeep. I knew my hotel, Kempinski, is across the Cathedral Square so every time I saw a church I got scared. There are so many churches here! From a distance, I saw colorful roofs, a brighter sky and a flicker of hope helped me take a breath. I remembered having the same feeling in Amsterdam. It was ok then ...
... Domus Maria Hotel, a former 17th century Carmelite monastery in the Old Town, it does seem nice and quiet in here. Had an early "supper" at the Montmartre Cafe as we didn't have lunch on the trip over here, in fact there was only one 10 minute stop on the way! Will catch up with Laimonas before we leave Wednesday and also Lana's other cousin Agne who is married with two children and lives in ...
... going in Poland. I went out for dinner with Hannah, Shameera, and a couple of French girls who are living in Vilnius, and then I came back to the hostel. Hannah and Shameera are off to Warsaw tonight, and I’ll be going tomorrow afternoon. I’m finally doing my laundry but I have to stay up until about 1am to get it. That’s annoying. ...
... crosses, until finally Soviets had to start using a bulldozer to take them all down. Eventually the "problem" became too much to manage, and the site continues to grow today, as a testament to the human spirit and the beliefs of the people. It's a place that no pictures or words can do justice. (Although I will attach plenty). The Hill of Crosses is the most solemn visualization of how important the individual is to the group. For years people have visited to ...