Ramada Hotel & Suites Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I wandered down Piles Gautve, feeling a nice feeling of familiarity in my surroundings. I treated myself to a scoop of ice cream from Dione before aking my way back to the hostel. Just in time for Lithuanian wine! Given it's made with blackcurrants and not grapes, it’s quite nice. After a glass though, I felt a headache coming on and, not wanting to fight that on the overnight bus to Warsaw, I downed a couple of Neurofen before hoisting my pack and saying my ...
... admonished her.
It is overcast today. It is also cooler; whee! Another wing had an exhibition of the history of the local order, the architecture, some vestments, etc. It was well laid out.
I approached the church one more time, looking through wooden slats. It gave a view of the interior so I took a cheeky shot of the altar. We were off at 1115.
Vilnius was founded in 1323, deemed so as the first time it is mentioned in a text. ...
Our journey out of Belarus was relatively uneventful. We had a pretty hard time tracking down anybody who actually worked for Avis car rental in Minsk and they made us pay for the parking lot next to the hotel where they told us to deliver the car, but luckily all the dents and scratches were accounted for. The train to Vilnius, was surprisingly modern (though the size was more reminiscent of the stoptrein to Maassluis than of ...
... Lithuania. However once we got through it was only a 30 minute drive to Vilnius, the capital city. Our hotel is conveniently located right next to a shopping centre. We went for a short walk, the weather alternating from brilliant sunshine to heavy showers. We sheltered in a shop when it was raining and managed to make it back without getting wet. In the evening we drove to the old city and went to ...
... a lock, engrave their names on the side of the lock and go to a bridge or a bridge where this is traditionally done and place the lock on the bridge. Then they throw the key over their shoulder into the river below. (This tradition said to come from Italy) The idea is that they throw away the key to ensure that they will stay together. According to the guide this system does not work too well is the divorce rate of Lithuania is just as high as in other countries