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After a filling breakfast, we walked down the street (via a couple of shoe shops - still can't find a pair of good walking sandals!) to the huge cathedral (Cathedral Basilica). We wandered through this impressive building, and then headed to the nearby Castle Hill on which are the remains of an old castle and the restored Gediminas Tower. The walk …
Not having to catch the bus to the airport until just before noon meant a very leisurely start to the day - a prolonged breakfast and then time to update my blog and transfer photos to my iPad, etc.
On checking out, the receptionist gave us a gift (a small bag of caramels) - this boutique hotel pays attention to the little things that …
... was followed by Nazi occupation and then 50 years of Soviet domination before finally becoming independent in 1990. Vilnius is the capital and it is crammed full of churches - Catholic, Russian & Greek Orthodox. Many of these were disused or reused during the Soviet era. It reminded us of Warsaw Old Town in Poland and has clearly gentrified itself in a similar way to appeal to tourism. The main tourist sites are Gediminas Tower, ...
... were just about ready to leave to go to the final club. A few people went to cocaine where as myself, Mark, Johannas and Katrina went to opium where we had to pay €5. The club was pretty decent. I thought the decor was going to be better especially the way everyone went on about it. The music on the other hand was awesome. I called it a night around 3am because I was just way too tired to carry on dancing. The following day we really didn't do much at all. I just walked ...
Well, we have sorted out how we are getting out of Vilnius. We had seen a travel agency with a model of a Qantas jet in our travels on Saturday and Sarina managed to take us back there this morning which impressed Alex! tha travel Agent was very good and he explored all the options for us and we discovered the simplest and most cost effective way of leaving was by flying to Krakow. It was cheaper to go Vilnius via a stop in Warsaw, then on to Krakow, rather than just flying Vilnius ...