Le Meridien Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
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... brilliant story involves the cycle lanes in Vilnius. There aren't many and they seem to be dotted around and in walking through the city it is clear that noone pays very much attention to them as they are more often than not used by pedestrians. One day the mayor came across a car parked in a cycle lane and so acquired a tank and literally rolled over the car! This was caught on camera by a local news team and the video was uploaded to youtube and has since gone viral! How ...
... can pay a few LTs to climb to the top and look out over the city. I've uploaded a few pics of the view over the cathedral and towards the hill fortress. There are lots of nice parks, perfect for putting a podcast on and watching the eye candy walk by. Seriously, I know I'm labouring the point but the women here are just amazing!! On Thursday night I went on the Vilnius Pub Crawl. I'd heard a lot of good stuff about the organised pub crawl in Berlin, but never made it, ...
... while his colleague took the English language group. Her English language skills were not quite up to scratch but her local knowledge was authentic. We had to wait for an Irishman who had imbibed too much on the previous night. As the morning progressed it became obvious that he had a nervous twitch like St Vitus's Dance. We looked at the Peter and Paul church with other tour groups.We rarely go on these group tours and we turned off a little trying not ...
... Germans, an Aussie, three Russians, a Serb, and a Belarussian. In between tour stops, we told her that we got lost in the city on Friday which made her completely incredulous that such a thing was even possible. We are infinitely impressive.
We learned that the first mention of Lithuania in any text was in 1009, when a Christian monk came to the country to try to convert the pagans and was killed. In 2009, this millennial anniversary of this murder ...
Monday 2nd September 2013
After doing this for over three years, there aren't a great deal of places left on the planet that I find intimidating. I think the most dangerous part of the entire three years was way back in Central and South America, a fact that became glaringly obvious as I made my way around the rest of the world. But there has been just one last question mark left on the agenda: the Baltic countries. The former Soviet states of Lithuania, Latvia and ...