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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of Gediminos was taken over by hockey rinks, dance floors for competitions, pink pong tables, chess and other games mostly for kids and teenagers with adult participation. It was refreshing to see the new generation being active instead of buried in their smartphones.
... in the Old Town, that's us grinning in the photo because the meal looked good & tasted even better. Then we visited the Vilnius Picture Gallery, which has a representation of both Modern but mostly Masters works of Lithuania. It was so hot inside the gallery that we didn't give it justice but practically raced from room to room just to get outside again! We had the now obligatory afternoon ice cream then walked down Gedimino pr., ...
... and just wanted to say hello. He smiled and said "sure" and off we went into this decrepit building, up to another room. We entered a surprisingly modern office and we all introduced ourselves. We chatted with his broken English about his policing issues and shared common ground with his main priorities being domestic violence and volume crime. He was a true gentleman and was very welcoming. He was somewhat embarrassed at the state of ...
... first sight; Old Town Vilnius is picture postcard pretty. Larger in area than the 'old towns' in most European cities and with green spaces, fountains, relatively wide thoroughfares and fewer tourists at least this afternoon, it feels less cramped and more manageable. Didzioji g, Old Town's main street, is lined with outdoor cafes and large stores selling names like Max Mara, Prada ...
... more Germans eventually so possibly they didn't suffer as much as the Belarussians. There was a concentration camp in Lithuania but not as many as Poland or Belarus.
There are a lot of churches in this city. Most are Roman Catholic but there is a smattering of Russian Orthodox also and even a few Lutheran churches. In the Old Town, there is practically ...