Pusis Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Vilnius

Settling into Lithuania - 19 July 2014

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Jul 20, 2014

... right to the very top and had glorious views of the city. Of course, I didn't have my iPad so I will have to rely on downloading some of Alex's and Vytaute's photos at a later date. We had lunch of cold beetroot soup, a local summer specialty, at a restaurant down by the river. This area had an almost country feel to it and yet it was in the centre of the city. The people were certainly ...

Trakai

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 22, 2014

3 photos

... and stopped to have breakfast and to apply sun cream on this very hot and sunny day. By the time we had done all of this it was exactly 10 and so we thought we'd have the place to ourselves- not so! It was hoaching with tour parties and school parties and literally one other couple with whom we shared an understanding look. We managed to avoid most of the hustle and bustle by timing ourselves between tours. The castle itself is beautiful, made of ...

VILNIUS AND OUTSKIRTS

A travel blog entry by farran on Jul 11, 2013

3 comments, 37 photos

After another wonderful Eastern European breakfast, our guide Ruta and our driver David, a Holocaust survivor, picked us up. Ruta is a truly remarkable person, making it possible for us to learn the history of the area, yet able to describe the situation of the Lithuanian Jews with great sympathy and understanding. When she speaks, we feel the pain in her voice.

We headed for the Jewish Cemetery where Rabbi Elijah ...

Trakai Castle Visit

A travel blog entry by stooph on Feb 11, 2013

6 photos

... s voice. Much to my amazement, it was DARIUS from Neringa! This man was everything my musical Lithuanian childhood was given, not to mention plenty of laughs. I had not seen him in over 7 years, so I rushed to the front of the stage. He recognized me and shouted HEY in the midst of a song, and I then got even more excited (please see video clip on Facebook). I waited for him to step off stage for a few minutes and ran over. We hugged, ...

Welcome to Lithuania

A travel blog entry by stooph on Dec 18, 2012

2 comments, 3 photos

... new world. Every day i walk over The Bridge of Uzupis, where hundreds of married couples continue to place locks with their initials on the bridge as a pledge of unbreakable eternal love. Yet on every street there is a cafe with delicious coffee, great music, and free wifi. There is a bustling youth mixture from all over Europe, Africa, Asia, and North America. If you can't speak one language, someone will without hesitation try to help you in at least one, if not ...

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