Ratonda Centrum Hotels
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- Continental Breakfast
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... was given out free on the independence day! It hasn't been done in the last few years due to the financial crises, but there are plans for it to start again next year. 1st April, Put it in your diary!! To top off this surreal place, it also has the newest constitution in the world, even including things for cats and dogs, which are thought of highly in the area!
Following the tour we headed for lunch with some of the group. The tour guide led us to ...
... Kevin within earshot]. This is so notwitstanding some American fast food chains like McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken.
Went in the Vilnius Cathedral, particularly to the royal chapel. It was built before the cathedral. It was very ornate, expenses not spared bearing in mind who used it.
Saw the Upper Castle from the cathedral square along with a statue of Vytautus, a local meeting point. With so much to try to see today, there should be ...
I went to bed last night around 9pm, and had a fantastic night of sleep. The sound of the rain on the tent, dragonflies buzzing around, with just an occasional clap of thunder to disturb me. It was wonderful. I woke up early, but I didn't want to pack the bike up in the rain so I drifted in and out until I heard the rain stop. I put on all my wet clothes, pulled down the tent, packed everything up, and set course for Lithuania. Shortly after setting off, ...
... br> After that, we crossed over the Vilnia river and wandered on the opposite bank. It was really nice walking alongside it. We decided to cross back over on the next bridge to head back into the town to get some food. Where we ended up was... some major street with nothing nearby. And we couldn't find it on our map. This should've been so clear - we crossed a bridge over a river, then crossed the next one back. Simple? NOT! After some more wandering ...
... other was the old Russian black market, a little outside of the city Old Town to the north.
The KGB museum held a lot more information than I'd thought - and it was busier and more modern than I'd thought, too. The building has quite a history. Originally it was a Nazi base when they controlled the area, but then later the KGB used it as the HQ of their Vilnius operations, making the basement into cells that are still roughly in tact now as they were then. I really ...