The Narutis Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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8. Everyone has the right to be undistinguished and unknown.
9. Everyone has the right to idle.
10. Everyone has the right to love and take care of the cat.
11. Everyone has the right to look after the dog until one of them dies.
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... visit seem to be so spread out but the hotel front desk told me that it's a small area. I still need to plan it out strategically and dedicate one day for a day trip. It was slowly getting dark out (it's a safe city) and I continued walking on Gedimino street away from the Cathedral. It was busy with young people out on a Friday, with locals and tourists. Terraces were filling up, the shops ...
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... finished dinner and met Dean and his couch surfing host, Vaida, at an ice cream shop called Dione. They had some strange flavors like popcorn or grape. I had a scoop of coconut and a scoop of chocolate orange. It was awesome. We went out for one drink at a cider bar called Sarkozy after the ice cream, but we were all pretty exhausted, so we called it a night around 10pm. Hopefully I get a good night sleep tonight so I can go see a lot of Vilnius ...
We did not know what to expect from the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. As the bus came into the city we saw that it was nestled in hills around the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers. Our taxi whisked us from the bus station to our Old Town hotel very quickly through the thin Sunday traffic.
Our first exploratory walk through the Old Town seemed to reveal a church on every ...