Park Inn By Radisson Vilnius
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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Nice room, did ask for a double but got a twin, too tired to argue and needed food. Good parking for the bikes, although as you come in to the car park its easy to go into the wrong part and have to come back out to the main road
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... as far away from all the smokers as we could - it makes one really appreciate the laws in Australia! It's sad to see so many young people getting hooked on cigarettes.
Beetroot soup was soup of the day, which is just as well, because that's exactly what I had in mind to try. The Czech goulash was clearly not a local dish, but apparently the potato cakes were typical Lithuanian fare. Michael chose the pork sirloin - much more typical ...
... cooler than their presentation. For example the valley of song was just a modern amphitheater. I spent a bit of time walking. When I first made it to Vilnius, I was so hot. I had to go back to the hostel and take off my fleece lined leggings and my outer coat. It's been around 60 degrees. Add walking and the sun and I was very warm. I really liked the temperature. I climbed a tower and saw the little wolf statue. ...
... and the results are amazing. Thank god for Miss. Marta translating some of the stories for me and Aaron as we might not have appreciated just how strange they were. One for example: 'My great grandad is dead, you won't be see him again! If you promise to laugh just the once, I'll take you to my house, it can fit 17 people' Incredible. We were discussing that I would love to see what he is doing in 20 years. He would give speeches to the other children from the top of ...
... could before the bus back to Vilnius. I headed east across the bridge and followed a walking track. I passed an old stone age hill fort, one of several in the area. Given how beautiful the lakes are, it wouldn't be surprising if the ancient Lithuanians held some special significance to their waters. I walked across the countryside for a while before heading back to town. I then quickly headed through the ruins of the peninsular castle. There isn't much left of this castle except for ...
... admonished her.
It is overcast today. It is also cooler; whee! Another wing had an exhibition of the history of the local order, the architecture, some vestments, etc. It was well laid out.
I approached the church one more time, looking through wooden slats. It gave a view of the interior so I took a cheeky shot of the altar. We were off at 1115.
Vilnius was founded in 1323, deemed so as the first time it is mentioned in a text. ...