The Narutis Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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After spending the night on the bus, I arrived in Vilnius at 7:00. The first thing I needed was, of course, coffee, so I went to McCafe near the Bus Station. Coffee seemed (or maybe even was) incredibly delicious. :) After my breakfast, I went to the hotel I was supposed to stay the night and where gathering up was appointed. I was pleasantly …
... market, arrested, deported and murdered people. Everything that reminded of either Germany, Lithuania, Poland or non-Orthodox faith was attacked and destroyed. But this was only the beggining. When the Russian architects drawn their plans of Vilnius of the future it became clear that the Soviets want to completely obliterate entire boroughs of the old city and rebuild it on the Soviet model.""In this time most of the Catholic churches were closed and turned into ...
... which is where you get a nice view overlooking old town. The view was pretty awesome up there, especially when all the roofs and roads had snow on them. We stayed up here for a little while taking some pictures and throwing some snow ball. Johannas was terrible at it. Mark then suggested that we climbed the three crosses hill which was the hill next to it. Wasn't nothing special on this hill. The view was kind of the same as well. By the time we walked down we were all starving so ...
... to watch him. Talking of cats, Miglė being the most Lithuanian name in the world I had trouble with saying it for a little while. Between Eglė, Iglė and everything else I had to make a name more suitable for my British mouth. To start with I found out the meaning which was 'Fog' so calling her Foggy for a while was only natural. Then Miggles started and the more she reminded me of a cat the more her name developed into Mr. Migglesworth. I can now say ...
... and placing crosses there. When they did anyway, the hill was bulldozed and barbed wire put up around it. But this still didn’t stop the crosses from appearing. It was this reason for than anything that I wanted to see the hill. Today, there are over 200,000 crosses of all sizes on the hill. People come from the world over to place a cross.
Maybe it’s because I’m not religious that I didn’t feel ...