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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... I grabbed a quick bite to eat from the city festival street food vendors. To try and relax a bit, I went and treated myself to a massage. While it was relaxing, I think it just served to find all the knots and kinks in my muscles that three weeks of backpacking has inflicted on my back. I should've gone for the deep tissue massage instead.
Feeling a bit better after the massage, I made my way to a chocolate restaurant I had spotted ...
... I had my guidebook out but we only got 13 right. Rachel's team claimed perfection. I could believe that if the competition was about food. A bag of cappuccino candies was the prize. Guess I was taking too many pix and/or tuning out during much of Simona's talks as David carried the day for the good guys. I later found out we were not the only team cheating!
37k from Vilnius we turned off toward Trakai, on road 107 for 17k. Seeing the castle ...
... and split into the main keep and a larger courtyard divided by a moat and walls. There were exhibits on the archeology of the area including treasures found near by as well as information on the history of Trakai and its role in the fortunes of Lithuania. Some of this information was familiar to us from the palace museum however it was interesting to learn how the island and peninsular castles have changed over the centuries. We also enjoyed the ...
... Lithuania. However once we got through it was only a 30 minute drive to Vilnius, the capital city. Our hotel is conveniently located right next to a shopping centre. We went for a short walk, the weather alternating from brilliant sunshine to heavy showers. We sheltered in a shop when it was raining and managed to make it back without getting wet. In the evening we drove to the old city and went to ...
... on the farm, had no refridgerators, and little of the comforts they now have living in the capital city, just a decades later. Yesterday, I met up with Katie Burnsss! For those of you who don't know, Katie and I went to Neringa together. She has been here for a few months and will be here, like me, through June. We went to my favorite restaurant so far in Vilnius, called forto dvaras, where I had potatoe pancakes with silkes and sour cream. To get into the restaurant ...