The Narutis Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Multilingual staff
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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 …
... last stop at the basilica/cathedral in front of the hotel. Of all the shops we saw today the overwhelming number were selling Amber, the best known stone from the Baltic region. Compared to other Western European capitals the city is not crowded, can walk leisurely without contending with other tourists. Apparently tourism has only started to grow in the last 10 years as the service industry has really improved their standards. Blessed today with great weather, sunshine and 70 ...
... and a fish shop. And of course lunch. Very important.
I had read about Vandens Malunas, a restaurant in an old mill building outside of town. It is set in the forest on a bend of the Neris ...
... we couldn't get into the Museum we wanted to visit. Having decided before we left not to detour south in Poland to visit Auschwitz, we then couldn't get into the Roads to Freedom exhibition in Gdansk, and now found we couldn't visit the Exiles and Political Prisoner museum either. Is someone trying to ensure we only have fun? The history of these countries seems so fresh, and visible in the architecture, it would be good to learn more about it.
We had just 26 hours to enjoy Vilnius- due to the time of year we are travelling we had to move through Europe quickly, we're hoping to avoid a very cold Siberia!
So we travelled over night from Warsaw to Vilnius by bus. Not much sleep was had. We pulled up somewhere industrial looking early morning. The bus driver was speaking to us (in Lithuanian possibly??!) but obviously we had no idea what was going ...