BEST WESTERN Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... to give us change, there is always a risk of being mugged and robbed in such situations. Michael said he felt relieved when he saw the women approaching, as it was less likely the man would try anything brazen with witnesses nearby. I again called for Michael to hurry up and join me, and finally he did! We have no idea whether free medical services are available here or not, but I just don't feel comfortable getting money out and giving it to people ...
... of bullet points about stuff that has happened, in no particular order and with no real attempt at exposition.
- Buses with free on-board wifi are great.
- This is totally undermined by lack of air conditioning, turning the place into a sweat box.
- Why was I assigned a seat next to someone when there were other free seats available?
- To be honest, overnight buses are just horrific in general.
- McDonalds is a totally legit place ...
... Instrument museum, sadly half shut for renovation. The woman played us folk music, telling us which instruments were being played, got us to accompany a tune on cowbells, and showed us how to play a wooden horn. There were lots of 3 string basses, accordions, concertinas, etc, some flutes, whistles and bagpipes, and a few fiddles. She was dancing and clapping to the music she played us, and said it was mostly dance music. We then went onto the Kaunas ...
... out in the lake, the castle was in a perfect defensive position. It consisted of an outer bailey with a large courtyard encircled with walls and towers, and the inner castle, surrounded by its own walls and separated from the bailey with a moat and drawbridge. The inner castle contained the Grand Duke's residence as well as treasury. Today, it houses a small museum exhibition about the history of the castle and the town. The castle lay in ruins until the 1960s when efforts ...
... Ataturk Dam--of small villages being swept away in the name of progress.
Pazaislis Monastery had nice grounds and an even nicer brochure. The church's Baroque interior was muted re the colours. The marble for many columns was a red-streaked cream combination; others, pure black. The catacombs were literally cool. Simona gave a description inside the church but left no time to explore it on one's own. Cybil thought she was alone and took a photo even ...