Ratonda Centrum Hotels
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
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... was delighted to purchase about half a kilo of blueberries for the equivalent of about $3!
Back at the hotel, we showered and changed, and then set out to find a nearby restaurant that our tour guide had recommended for those who are interested in inexpensive local cuisine. The restaurant, which was a little hard to find, reminded me of many of the cheaper restaurants in Bali. We must have been the oldest diners there! We sat at the end of ...
... own currency, Independence Day (April 1, 1997). The constitution is posted on a street in 22 languages. I couldn't get the best picture but it's a cool constitute. Uzupis used to be the most dangerous part of Vilnius until artists started moving in and changing the area. I went to the Hill of 3 Crosses. I had to climb a bit of stairs. It's the highest peak of Vilnius. I walked to the other areas that ...
... four nights in Vilnius. I was sure getting around and getting lost a lot. It doesn't give you much time for getting lost when you have to be at work for 7.30am so I spent a lot of time on google maps and a lot of time wheezing. After this madness I had managed to live in Vilnius for 5 weeks without even seeing the city centre, the company made it worth while though. The great thing about teaching in my opinion is the children. They have not yet learnt what ...
... it got underway.
After a quick spot of archery in the courtyard and a quick walk around the outside of the walls, I headed back to the mainland and grabbed a bite of local Karaim cuisine for lunch. The Karaims are famous for their pastries called Kibinai, traditionally filled with beef or mutton. It was quite yummy and I washed it down with a glass of kvass.
It was a beautifully warm sunny day, so despite my lack of a bike, I decided to get out of town and see as much ...
... Ataturk Dam--of small villages being swept away in the name of progress.
Pazaislis Monastery had nice grounds and an even nicer brochure. The church's Baroque interior was muted re the colours. The marble for many columns was a red-streaked cream combination; others, pure black. The catacombs were literally cool. Simona gave a description inside the church but left no time to explore it on one's own. Cybil thought she was alone and took a photo even ...