The Narutis Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- 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 …
I dont understand how Latvia went off the rails so badly yet Lithuania can have such high standards despite its geography and neighbours. My hotel was right by the bus station so easy to find but hard to get in as there is no reception or anyone to buzz.
... US. The Lithuanian people were very proud of this as it made their country stronger. What many people hadn't realised is Bush made this same speech at many other Eastern European countries! We also learned about the Mayor of Vilnius, a colourful character who loved to roll round town on a Segway! Once, he got so frustrated with cars obstructing the cycle lane (which he presumably used for his Segway as well) he got hold of a tank and ran over a Mercedes! Of ...
... Everyone has the right to hot water, heating in winter and a tiled roof. Everyone has the right to die, but it is not a duty. Everyone has the right to make mistakes. Everyone has the right to individuality. Everyone has the right to love. Everyone has the right to be not loved, but not necessarily. Everyone has the right not to be distinguished and famous. Everyone has the right to be idle. Everyone has the right to love and take care of a ...
... and frustrating day alternately crying and abusing the hostel's WiFi on a series of Skype calls that kept cutting out, trying to reach family members and book last minute flights and have a futile argument with the *******s at my insurance company who have decided that my trip interruption isn't covered because a grandparent doesn't count as "immediate" family. Rotten scoundrels, the lot of them.
Last night in Vilnius
By dinnertime, I'd been on the phones ...