The Narutis Hotel
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... glazing in the rooms.
Day two is also another warm day - and we have our organised city tour and walk. Vilnius is known as the City of Churches, and we get to see our fair share of them. However, the old city here is a bit more integrated into the daily life and a little less touristy. Consequently, not only do you have to keep your eyes open for the nutter cyclists, but also delivery vehicles roaring around at top speed.
It was my great good fortune to meet Aleksandras Golod.
Sasha, his friends call him that and I am now his friend, collected me at the hotel last night and we ate a bite of traditional Lithuanian food (fried bread sticks in cheese and mushroom soup in a rye bread bowl) and then strolled. The streets teemed with people as we walked through Old Town. Sasha obviously loves this place and shows it off well. After a couple of hours, it was time for him to head home to his family (he has ...
... we settle into our quaint apartment across from Cathedral Square and prepare to sweat it out through a loud and sweltering night.
Well, we made it through the night with the help of ear plugs, nytol and some seriously crushing humidity, and awoke to find a temperature drop of about 15 degrees and a cool and wet day to explore the city. Our apartment is on the fourth floor of a historic building overlooking the majestic white cathedral of Vilnius. From the ...
... people weren't exactly the friendliest, either. I remarked to dad during a Skype chat that they were unwilling to get out of your way when walking down the street, to the point where a couple of times I was shoved right up against a wall, walking in the road or slipping about on a snowdrift/sheet ice.
On the other hand, I did have the best curry of my life in a place called Sue's Indian Raja, and I would be lying if I said I was expecting that from Lithuania...
... for Andrew’s country blanket (he is apparently going to sew them all on SOME day) and we found a massive display of souvenir guns in one shop. Andrew was green with envy and it was all I could do to drag him away. We then went over the most ridiculously bolted bridge we’d ever seen. It seriously must have had millions of bolts in it, and I imagine that they were not really integral to the strength of the structure considering that ...
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