The Narutis Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Swimming pool
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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 …
... the late 14th Century. Derelict for 300 years there has been substantial renovation in the past century. It is impressive but has a certain Disney World feel to it. Food is very potato & meat-based. The traditional meal would consist of Beetroot Soup and the potato & meat dumplings called Cepelinai or Zeppelins. At a local restaurant we were given a demonstration of how to make them and a "Generation Game" opportunity to have a ...
... It was bitterly cold on the way to the castle because of the frozen lake which surrounded us. When we arrived at the castle we decided to walk across the frozen lake for a bit of fun. We took some nice pictures of us three before we trekked across. Johannas was throwing snow balls again, his aim improved. As he was walking in front I decided I would try and throw a snow ball at him. I tried to do a baseball throw but as soon as I lifted one leg off the ice the other one slipped and ...
... blocking one from entering any further than 8 feet from the door,
I had by now reached Town Hall with the terraces, fountain and fancy boutiques. Out of curiosity, I entered Burberry and the price on a scarf was almost 500 euros! The next church was a cheaper bet at St-Casimir (Jesuit church). I felt a coffee was in order so I finally tried ...
AM - I'm getting used to the monastic life, this is our second stay in a monastery, the first one Lana was a bit sick and didn't appreciate the solitude as much. A nice breakfast (cereal, yoghurt) downstairs in the Domus Maria cafe and very good coffee to start the day. Lana suggested we head to the markets we had seen a week ago, trouble was trying to find them! Went in two different directions, both wrong! Then a wee bit of map reading ...