Radisson Blu Royal Astorija Hotel, Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Off to Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania.
Travelled out of Warsaw through the Polish countryside which was lush green. Stopped at Lonz to perve on stork on nests on top of telegraph poles etc. Stopped at Augustow for lunch and our last chance to spend our Zlotys before the boarder.
Stopped at the old checkpoint and changed …
City sight seeing by bus with a local expert. Drove past the new stadium built by the Russions on top of a jewish cemetery. Stopped at the baroque church of Peter and Paul (1675) and tried to look in whilst a stern looking woman barred our entry - don't know why, it was Sunday morning.
Bussed alongside the river to the city lookout then …
... 8221;, which means that it looks like it’s on an island, and you have to cross a bridge to get to it, but it is really connected to the mainland. Anyway, it was interesting to walk around, and challenge to stay ahead of the tours with their pushy tour guides and we finished the visit off with a cruise on the lake – that is when we realised just how big the lake was! HUGE! But we had a great day and it was a good way to finish off our visit to the Baltic ...
Well currently I am literally living my dream. Not just the Lithuania part. But I am sitting in a cafe, on the ledge of a window, laying back on pillows, sipping my peppermint mocha. Listening to relaxing music, (okay.....Aretha Franklin may have just come on, preceded by Beruit and Feist) looking between the people shopping on the snowy streets outside and the people inside purchasing books...because the cafe is also a bookshop. ...
... street to meet the river at the next bend.
In this area, I was surprised by an old Russian Orthodox Church now being used as a maximum-security prison (which I asked about later at the tourist office) right across the street from the Parliament. I found this placement odd and in addition, the security people had their eyes completely fixed on me while I innocently took pictures for my own posterity. It made me a bit uncomfortable, so I hurriedly clicked a few shots ...