Park Inn By Radisson Vilnius
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Crossing the bridge into Uzupis is possible without a passport, except on 1st April which, ironically, is their independence day. On that day guards check your passport and even give you a stamp! The sign on entry to Uzupis has 4 symbols. One is a smiley face, instructing you that you must smile while in the area. Secondly a speed limit sign. Third is the Mona Lisa, representing the strong art community there is. And lastly a sign of a car falling off the bridge ...
... one coming in the opposite direction, poor girl. Back at the hostel, everyone is watching the World Cup final. I don't know what's happening, but from the sound of the cheering someone just scored a goal. Tomorrow morning I need enough time to visit Old Down, which apparently is UN Heritage listed, then I want to visit the Hill of Crosses on my way to Riga, so I hope I can get some sleep tonight! One thing I'll say about free camping is that it's a lot ...
Today was the weirdest day of the whole trip.
On the bus to Vilnius, we were joined by some Irish guy who may or may not just live off of travel visas. He teaches English in Riga, and apparently travels to Minsk all the time, and is very cozy with all the diplomats. He gives the impression of being a diplomat himself, but then he's on the Ecolines bus from Riga to Vilnius? Then we found him on LinkedIn and apparently he just is making his career out ...
... at maps and trying to figure out where I'm going.
The vibes of different hostels varies dramatically, too. Some are unapologetic 'party hostels'. Don't figure on getting any sleep here. Others are quiet to the point of silence. I don't have a problem with this. Over the last few months, with a rare exception being the night I arrived in Budapest, I've increasingly found I just want to be left alone to sit and read or relax.
In summary, I can think of a ...
... these little Russkies...
The young women here are quite attractive but since it's a poorer country, they dress a bit more commonly compared to, say, the Danish women. The Danes were more classic beauties, even if a bit on the cold side, and very posh. The men aren't bad looking either but no one is smiley here, they're very terse. They all look like they're having a bad day even at 7 am and if you ask them something, you're bothering them and ...