Park Inn By Radisson Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the hostel, with plans to see them again later for a drink. We took the opportunity to cook a chilli and warm up a little before heading back out. We wandered over to a local favourite called Alaus Namai, meaning beer house in English. The place was packed out and with the staff not being overly helpful in finding a table, we stopped for a quick beer outside and then decided to move on. We walked into the centre and stopped in 'La beria' pub. Here we had a couple ...
... and more walking.
Over to Pilies Street, one that I wish there was more time to stroll but some areas had to be sacrificed. Explore should consider an additional night in Vilnius.
Teapots stuck in a wall was something different. One included a map of Vilnius from the 16th century.
Over to the Church of St Anne in its orange red bricks. En route to Moscow, Napoleon's troops used it as a barracks. Its style is Gothic but Gothic ...
... a bunker that was used in both World War I and II - and has been converted into a museum commemorating both wars. There is a small entry fee however and I had no Lithuanian currency, so I first stopped in at a random shopping mall where I found a bank and swapped out my Polish for Lithuanian. I also got an opportunity to ditch the 200 of Czech currency I still had. With money in hand I drove to the fort, paid my entry fee, and peered at the various ...
... a sign for Uzupis and Old Town, both pointing in the same direction, which seemed impossible from where we thought we must have been. Blum wanted to go to Uzupis, so there we went, hoping we would eventually find ourselves.
Uzupis, meaning "on the other side of the river," is a neighborhood in Vilnius that apparently declared itself an independent republic in 1997. I don't see how that makes any sense. But it does have its own constituion, in ...
... take in all the information but there was so much and if I'm honest, I think I've reached saturation point with this subject recently. Back in Cambodia, an English girl I got talking to had used the phrase 'museum'd out'. And it's true, it can happen. There's only so much you can take in and after Berlin I've reached the point where I need a rest from it. That's no discredit to the KGB Museum (proper name is the Museum of Genocide Victims), which puts on an excellent exhibit ...