Ramada Hotel & Suites Vilnius
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
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... given!) Once inside the Republic, there are of course many examples of art around. Toilets placed in the river to raise awareness of ecology. A statue of the 'Backpacker Jesus' who keeps backpackers in the area safe, and a table and chair on the roof, as well as many other examples around the town. We got to the main square, and in front of a big statue there is a small tap. This now has water flowing from it, as you would expect. But it used to be filled with ...
... police. Simona joked it was the tallest building in Vilnius as you could see Siberia from the rooftop.
Stopped at a statue honouring Vincas Kudirka, the chap on the 500 lita note. He wrote a poem which later was put to music, becoming the national anthem of Lithuania.
This city's key road was Gedimino. It lead right to the Vilnius Cathedral and the old town. Had mentioned to Heather there are almost no fat people in the Baltic Republics ...
... waterside cafés as others did. We chatted on our bus to or opine from Canada, Hollsnd, Germany and Switzerland. As usual there was the loudly-spoken yank and the misogynist Aussie male. Janis spoke at length about travel arrangements first in German and then in English Klaipeda seemed to have a young population and note resting streetscapes with old maps on the side of buildings and historical photos on street hoardings. Klaipeda was once a German ...
... had names. So I have no idea what is in any of my pictures. Nevertheless, we did make it into Old Town and saw a lot of the city. We went into the National Museum which had a hugely different feel from the Estonian/Latvian ones in that Lithuania actually won battles at some point - so there were lots of military artifacts, references to early battles, and so forth. Pointedly missing from this museum was any reference to anything that happened after ...
... from the reception halls winds down into the basement. At the bottom, a full cooker, fridge (with space in it) and a big wide pine table where I could spread out my **** - right next to an electrical socket. The other three people were sitting on a sofa watching films on a computer. They were alright, but I just wanted to relax.
I spread the Vilnius map I'd got from reception out on the table. Straight away, two things jumped out at me. One was the KGB museum ...