Pusis Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

I converted and all I got was this T-shirt

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... years and come back since nobody's allowed to change it. We then wandered into the site of the Vilnius ghetto, which had a statue of a Lietvak (LIthuanian Jewish) doctor that was apparently very generous and beloved in his time, particularly among children. Turns out, he was the one who inspired Korney Chukovsky to create Dr. Aybolit! We also learned that there used to be a problem in the city with people parking their cars in bike lanes, preventing cyclists ...

The Land of the Pagans

A travel blog entry by bebabui


... go into the woods and pick wild strawberries, blueberries and mushrooms. Some even sell them by the road although this is illegal. So how can you tell if a wild mushroom is edible or not? They all are, except some can only be eaten once. Take heart, Dusty.

Vilnius is the largest city in Lithuania which only has around 3.5 million citizens. The country is the first in the Eastern Block to demand independence from Mother Russia and Iceland was ...

It's been a while

A travel blog entry by stooph


... was that I was thought to be a volunteer. I thought I didn't need a visa...and then next thing I know I'm being threatened to be deported. Without any funding, and with living off my own savings, and all the stress I was bearing internally, I began to look at my other options. Should I stay here and get the work experience? Should I travel to other countries in Europe? Well, after a long, drawn out, stressful month, I decided, both.

I hate ...

First Impressions

A travel blog entry by stooph


... This basically just means that everyone is solely looking out for my happiness and enjoyment of the city. I walked past the Christmas tree in the town center and came to the street I now work on, called Gediminu pl. I don't know where all the publicity for this area has been. I'm so in love, the streets are clean and totally decked out for the holidays. I think my favorite part of the city so far is how everyone dresses. No one is trying to be cute. They ...

Christmas Lights! (by Pam)

A travel blog entry by ben-pam


... was fine. The bus was fairly comfortable, but you never get a great sleep on a bus unfortunately!

We arrived into Warsaw at about 5.40, and made our way to the hostel. I managed to lead us a completely wrong way for a good 20 minutes, which was lovely, considering it was -1degree, snowing, dark and we had our heavy bags with us! So after our slight detour, we made it to our hostel, and had a well needed nap!



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