Ramada Hotel & Suites Vilnius
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
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... because it didn't take long to fill to capacity, leaving two young women having to stand until we reached the first local stop where two other passengers disembarked. (The first bus was clearly an intercity bus, it's first stop being Trakai, whereas this smaller bus stopped several times along the way.
Half an hour later, we were back in Vilnius where we checked out the local market place. Most stalls had packed up, but a few were still ...
... picked from the pictures. Kate and I don't like shrimp, so we stayed away from anything that looked like shrimp. They were all good. The one without roe was my favorite. I arrived at my hostel early so I did a lot of walking this first day in Vilnius. I went to Bernadine's cemetery, which was pretty. Bernadine's cemetery is in this mock republic called Uzupis. Uzupis is just a neighborhood of Vilnius, but they ...
... story. Now a note for the future Charlotte is when participating in this madness we call fun, you should wash your face before leaving the party. My new family welcomed me with blood dripping off my lip piercing, drawn on eyebrows (one higher than the other - thanks Aurelija) but then I was in completely normal clothes. What an impression, I would say it could only go up from there but they saw me at 6.30am and the sight wasn't much better. I arrived at the fourth ...
... out in the lake, the castle was in a perfect defensive position. It consisted of an outer bailey with a large courtyard encircled with walls and towers, and the inner castle, surrounded by its own walls and separated from the bailey with a moat and drawbridge. The inner castle contained the Grand Duke's residence as well as treasury. Today, it houses a small museum exhibition about the history of the castle and the town. The castle lay in ruins until the 1960s when efforts ...
... on the way back were at coffee shops. I find it disappointing older locals avoid eye contact. A bit of email and blog and packed for 0930 departure.
Off in a timely fashion after Lardass Rachel and Old Baggier hemmed and hawed where they were sitting, claiming delicate constitutions if sitting too far back in a bus.
Approaching Pazaislis Monastery, we passed an artificial lake for a hydro project. It was the usual story--be it Aswan ...