Pusis Hotel

Address: Blindziu 17, Vilnius, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Don't Make Me Get The Tank

A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 11, 2014

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... Alongside it was the Vilnius flag, with St. Christopher on, the Saint of Vilnius and also the Saint of Travel.

Later on, the tour took us to a different country all together! A small area in Vilnius was once crime ridden. A very poor and dangerous area. Then, a group of artists moved to Vilnius and brought properties there. To improve the situation, they set up a 'country' called the Republic of Uzupis, which translates to mean ' the other side of the ...

Song and Dance and Floating Castles

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 04, 2014

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Our journey out of Belarus was relatively uneventful. We had a pretty hard time tracking down anybody who actually worked for Avis car rental in Minsk and they made us pay for the parking lot next to the hotel where they told us to deliver the car, but luckily all the dents and scratches were accounted for. The train to Vilnius, was surprisingly modern (though the size was more reminiscent of the stoptrein to Maassluis than of ...

Losing ourselves in Vilnius

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 09, 2014

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... a distinguished Irish gentleman who can speak perfect English amd who has solved a crisis in the American embassy. He is not a fan of the American ambassador to Latvia, but the [female] Belarussian consul there did "pass the test." We've been stalking him with endless entertainment for the past like hour. we found him on facebook... which, given how common his name is (oh yeah, he didn't give it to us, Blum found it), took a lot of dedication!

Mean Streets

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 02, 2013

... but after doing it for so long I'm beginning to reach my tolerance threshold with it. I long to check in somewhere quiet, somewhere with a big spacious kitchen where I can spread out my **** and listen to my music (not Marley), where I can strut around at least half-naked without inducing an indecent exposure charge. Which brings me nicely back around to Lithuania.

Barring the other bags already sitting by the other bunks, my room was empty when I got there. ...

The Land of the Pagans

A travel blog entry by bebabui on Jun 28, 2013

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... and martyrs. The Lithuanians of old were pagans and worshipped important things like the wolf, the moon and the honeybee, until the Crusaders got to them in the 14th century. Even then, they fought tooth and nail and held back the soldiers of Christ, who went by the name of the Teutonic Knights, but the Seat of Rome, aka the papal papa, put a trade embargo on them until commerce with remaining Christian countries came to a halt and the country ...

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